Infographic: 11.11.2017 – China Shopping Festival in Numbers

Nov 22

Infographic: 11.11.2017 – China Shopping Festival in Numbers

This year singles day was another record setting China shopping festival. With every ecommerce operator beating last year’s sales, Alibaba was still in the lead. In the last few years, Chinese Singles’ Day or Guanggun Jie (光棍节) has become the biggest China shopping festival. This is the day when young people celebrate the fact of being single. The date,...

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Infographic: Online Behavior of Chinese Millennials

Oct 04

Infographic: Online Behavior of Chinese Millennials

In this post, we’d like to share a new Infographic by Hylink on Chinese Millennials – people born in between early 80s to early 2000. Just it is the case with other countries, Chinese millennials are often described as “digital natives”, having grown up along with the development of new technologies. What is unique in China’s...

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Taobao Villages: How Ecommerce Helps China’s Rural Economy

Aug 16

Taobao Villages: How Ecommerce Helps China’s Rural Economy

Over the last couple of years, ecommerce giants like Alibaba and JD.com have been cooperating with the government to plug China’s rural market into its vast online economy. The phenomenon of so called Taobao villages is one of the consequences of this approach. China is one of world’s fastest urbanizing society in absolute terms. Although decreasing...

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How WeChat App Is Changing Restaurant Business in China

Jan 04

How WeChat App Is Changing Restaurant Business in China

WeChat app is transforming daily lives of millions of people in China. This is how it helps restaurants to run more efficiently and deliver better value. Recent proliferation of Western style coffee shops and fancy restaurants gave rise to the new trend of ordering food and drinks with WeChat rather than using traditional menus. Besides the fact that WeChat app is...

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The Rise of Branded Ecommerce in China

Jun 22

The Rise of Branded Ecommerce in China

It is no secret that the majority of online shoppers on Chinese ecommerce sites like Taobao, Tmall and JD.com expect to find good bargains. It is mostly true for Taobao, the leading C2C shopping platform, where price competition between sellers is most intense and shoppers’ top priority has been mostly low price rather than known brand. However, according to...

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