Ecommerce with WeChat Shop

Dec 07

Ecommerce with WeChat Shop

Chinese m-commerce has been growing by leaps and bounds in the last couple of years. The competition has further intensified in mid 2014 when WeChat launched its ecommerce option that works within the app. Although Alibaba, with its Taobao and Tmall, still reigns supreme in China ecommerce market, shopping with WeChat has been steadily gaining popularity. Presently,...

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Economy of China vs. US, Infographic

Dec 23

Economy of China vs. US, Infographic

According to the IMF, in terms of PPP (purchasing power parity) Chinese economy has surpassed that of US. PPP comparison is designed to measure relative differences between economies based on how much money can buy in each country that is being compared. Most popular example of PPP based scale is a Big Mac index, popularized by The Economist. Most commonly, the...

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Shanghai in Numbers: Infographic

Nov 18

Shanghai in Numbers: Infographic

Throughput modern history, Shanghai has always been the most business friendly and dynamic city in mainland China. Without a doubt, the city will continue to occupy the central position and remain the most important business hub in foreseeable future. According to Wikipedia, Shanghai, with it’s population of 24 million, is also the largest city proper by...

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12 Tips on How to Succeed Selling on Taobao

May 27

12 Tips on How to Succeed Selling on Taobao

Chinese have a saying: if you are looking for a solution to a problem – go to Taobao and you’ll find it. This giant virtual shopping mall has become a staple of modern Chinese culture, a place where one can find practically anything and have it delivered straight to the door in just a day or two. Taobao has also enabled millions of people in China...

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Infographic: Mobile Commerce in China

Sep 10

Infographic: Mobile Commerce in China

In the last couple of years, mobile access to internet in China has become the primary way to get online for majority of Chinese. Not surprisingly, this trend had a profound effect on the ways Chinese shop online too. In 2013, mobile shopping registered 165.4% YoY growth compared to 35.7% in the previous year. In 2014, it is estimated that over 50 million Chinese...

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