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WeChat Pay's global expansion "going well": Q&A with Grace Yin, Director of WeChat Pay Cross-border Operation

As reported by Technode.

While Tencent’s WeChat has over 980 million monthly active users—mostly Chinese-speaking—around the world, the Chinese messaging app is still stranger to many other countries outside the Middle Kingdom. 

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Tencent once surpassed Facebook in valuation. According to Chinaccelerator’s managing director William Bao..

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Marriott’s Big China Blunder a Lesson for International Brands

As reported by Jing Daily.

Marriott International has had its China website shut down for over a week after the site listed Tibet, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan as “countries”.

Officially, the first three locations are “autonomous regions” of China, while Hong Kong and Macau are “special administrative regions”. Beijing considers Taiwan to be a “breakaway..

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Search drives purchase decisions in China

As reported by Warc.

Chinese consumers consider search a first port of call when making purchase decisions, but only 19% of search activity in the country is for brands or products, according to a new study by OMD China.

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The study tracked the search behaviours of 150 Chinese searchers in depth, alongside a survey of 750 searchers in the..

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DIGITAL CHINA: POWERING THE ECONOMY TO GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS

As reported by McKinsey & Company.

China has become a force to be reckoned with in digital technologies at home and around the world. As a major worldwide investor in digital technologies and one of the world’s leading adopters of the technologies, it is already shaping the global digital landscape and supporting and inspiring entrepreneurship far beyond..

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The 5 Diverging Ways Luxury Brands Approach E-Commerce in China

As reported by Jing Daily.

Thirty-five percent of Chinese customers are already accustomed to purchasing luxury goods online, according to a white paper published by Tencent, Secoo, and Deloitte. Even when purchasing at traditional bricks-and-mortar retail stories, Chinese shoppers will typically have explored their purchasing options online.

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Your Guide to Chinese Social Media

As reported by supchina.

Understanding China is daunting enough when you’re studying government papers or trying to keep up with the latest news. But the real challenge for China-watchers, even the veterans, is putting an ear to the ground and listening to what the people are talking about.

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We all know that China blocks access to many..

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Food safety paramount for Chinese online shoppers of imported food

As reported by Undercurrent News.

Chinese shoppers value food safety and product quality above all when buying imported food products online, according to a new survey by iResearch Consulting Group, a Chinese market research firm.

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Based on an online survey of 1,259 Chinese consumers, the survey finds food safety and product quality rank..

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Online Shopping is China’s “National Pastime”: KPMG

As reported by Jing Daily.

Shut up the ping pong table and put away the mahjong tiles. 77% of Chinese people say that online shopping is their “favorite leisure activity”, according to a report released by KPMG and online shopping platform Mei.com.

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The report states that online shopping “has effectively become a national pastime” in..

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The Chinese Tourist Was Front and Center for Alipay and WeChat Pay in 2017

As reported by Jing Daily.

One of the biggest stories this year has been the dizzyingly fast expansion of Chinese mobile payments services abroad. The push abroad by Tencent’s WeChat Pay and Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial’s Alipay has two purposes for these companies.

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It’s hard to understate how ubiquitous mobile payments have become..

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Starbucks launches interactive coffee experience in Shanghai as it boosts presence in China

As reported in The Drum.

Starbucks has launched its interactive coffee and retail store, Reserve Roastery, in Shanghai as the brand looks to expand its presence in its fastest growing market.

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Shanghai’s Reserve Roastery is a fully interactive experience which enables consumers to point their mobile phones at features throughout the..

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