More and more marketers’ attention in China is shifting onto post-95s, the elderly population, and lower-tier cities. A total of 1,309 apps have more than one million users as of June 2018, an increase of 11% year-on-year. The app opens increased by 8% quarter-on-quarter and the average daily usage duration on a single app decreased by 12%. […]
Centennials is already an economic powerhouse globally as the population born after 1997 now accounts for 35% of the world’s total population. In China, this cohort is generally a combination of post-95s and post-00s. They are quickly becoming the mainstream of Chinese consumers as well. 40% of Chinese consumers will be from these two age […]
Chinese high-end travelers contributed over 80% overall overseas expenditure though they represented just around 20% in the population. Post-90s and post-00s combined accounted for 32% of total outbound travelers. Tier-2 cities showed stronger growth momentum in population and per capita spending than tier-1 cities. Chinese went on 130 million person-trips to overseas with a total […]
China’s post-00s (the generation born in the 2000s) favorites internet slang in order to be social and interact with others. 15% of them place “entrepreneurship” as the future career direction. Social, fashion, and personalization are most-valued characteristics of pan-entertainment products. They are willing to pay for good user experience and high-quality content, according to the report […]
Chinese post-00s, who were born since the year 2000, are turning adult in 2018. Comparing with post-90s’ past consumption, post-00s save more with higher purchasing power and autonomy. Post-00s has much more affluent material life The savings of post-00s are around 3 times more than that of post-90s when they were at the same age. […]
Consumption value and method are changing along with the rising of the Chinese middle class, post-90s, and post-00s. Users aged between 24 and 30 y-o accounted for 43.3% of Alibaba’s second-hand goods trading Xianyu mobile app users while users of mid-level to high-end purchasing power accounted for 52.4% of the total.
Traveling gradually becomes a lifestyle choice for Chinese. In particular, Chinese travelers from tier-1 cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Nanking have a high demand for parent-child travels, most of them choose to bring parents and children together. Some like to take pets with them when taking a trip to surrounding cities. Hainan and Shanghai are the […]
E-commerce has changed the way Chinese consumers live and its influence keeps growing. China has become the largest online retail market; 1.3 yuan out of 10 yuan was spent online by Chinese consumers in 2015.
Chinese post-90s are the most active QQ users, accounting for 39% of total users, followed by post-80s and post-00s according to Tencent on Tencent’s Open Day in October 2014.