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  • What New Activewear Trends Reveal About Health and Wealth In China

    Activewear is a crowded industry, with many global and local luxury brands jumping in. Can brands create a narrative to attract new Chinese consumers? Read More
  • How Mixing Art & Retail Can Work In China (And How It Can’t)

    In China’s retail scene, art and curation have the ability to tap into Gen-Z shoppers, and they could be remedies for brands and retailers after COVID-19. Read More
  • Are Retailers Doing Enough On Sustainability In China?

    Is a sustainability scheme from Baillian’s concept store, The Balancing, doing enough to inspire luxury consumers to become more consumption conscious? Read More
  • European Consumers Are Buying Less American Brands. What Does This Mean For America?

    In a crowded retail environment, a brand’s origin is an important differentiator. How can the US change its brand story to attract more European consumers? Read More
  • Loewe’s Content-Commerce Approach is the Winning Luxury Strategy for the 2020s

    Spanish luxury brand Loewe proves that it is possible to build a strong consumer base through a strong content-commerce-based strategy in China. Read More
  • Is Eliminating Counterfeits in China a Pipe Dream?

    After yet another major counterfeit den in China has been seized, is the Chinese government ready to crackdown on this highly profitable market? Read More
  • Do Chinese Millennials Want Diversity in Fashion Ads?

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    While China’s mainstream sees diversity in fashion ads as the West's excessive political correctness, the fashion-forward crowd sees a much-needed change. Read More
  • The Ant Group Doubles Down on Dual Shanghai-Hong Kong IPO

    Ant Group, the FinTech arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, has started the process of a dual listing in both Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges. Read More
  • Qiu Shuting: Her Coming-Of-Age Before and After COVID-19

    As a young Chinese designer influenced by world cultures, Qiu Shuting is rethinking the applications of sustainability and technology post-COVID-19. Read More
  • Why Burberry’s Problems Should Scare All Luxury Brands

    Despite cultivating growth in the Mainland China region, Burberry’s sales in the EMEIA region were down 75 percent. The main culprit? Large discounts. Read More