China has the largest group of Generation Z (Gen Z) in the world with a population of 149 million. Gen Z is between 15 and 23-year-old and will account for 40% of consumption power in 2020. China’s Gen-Z has an average monthly income of 3,501 yuan (US$493), among which the studying group (19-23 years old) […]
Post-90s was the main force of Chinese Haitao users while post-80s held the strongest per capita consumption power. Surprisingly, post-95s attracted extensive attention as its expenditure on overseas products growing at 80% year-on-year. Every 7 out of 10 Haitao users turned out to be females. The top 3 countries selling to China were America, Japan, […]
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 […]
With enough passion, the fans of an online TV drama can “light up” a twin skyscraper in Shanghai. Guardian, an online drama adapted from the namesake popular online novel became the hottest online video this summer. Its total video views exceeded 2 billion. On June 14, the day after it premiered on Youku.com exclusively, its […]
According to the Annual Report of CNNIC in 2017, Chinese netizens under 29-year-old account for 52.2% of total users. In terms of internet usage frequency, post-95s and post-00s are the most active users. It indicates that post-90s and post-00s are becoming the core users of the Internet. In 2017, the average daily messages of post-95s […]
No sooner did retailers decipher the buying habits of the generations born after 1980 and 1990 then the generation born after 1995 came into its own as a consumer group. Since they grew up alongside the internet, they’re sometimes called “internet natives”, and the way they consume has been changed by the circumstances they grew […]
The post-95s refers to teenagers born between 1995 to 1999 in China. The number of post-95s accounts for about 78 million in China and they will become the driving force of Chinese consumers in 5 to 10 years.
The post-95s refer to the generation of Chinese citizens born between 1995 to 1999. Compared to the post-90s, the post-95s is more active, and more adventurous to accept new things. In general, a large part of the post-95s are students and their parents generally are post-70s.