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Award-Winning Author; Expert On China's Middle Class
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Helen H. Wang is an award-winning author and expert on China’s middle class. Originally from China, Wang has lived in the U. S. for over twenty years. After finishing her master’s degree at Stanford University, she worked in Silicon Valley, holding a variety ...more

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Alibaba’s Singles’ Day By The Numbers: A Record $25 Billion Haul
Alibaba’s Singles’ Day Shopping Festival is like no other. It’s a combination of commerce, entertainment and an exuberant celebration of consumerism. Here are the mind-boggling numbers that sum up the day.
Chinese Millennials Using Social Media To Buy Properties Overseas
Millennials are very savvy in using social media for all sorts of purchasing, from beauty products to real estate properties.
China’s Millennial Consumers: What Victoria’s Secret Got Wrong, And Nike Got Right
Chinese millennial consumers will be a major force to drive China’s consumption growth in the next 10 years. Companies must understand them intimately in order to win their hearts and minds.
China Ambassador Nominee Could Be Good News For US-China Relations
Terry Branstad, Trump's nominee to be Ambassador to China, fills the 'buy American' mission. But Branstad did it not by threatening to impose a 45% tariff on Chinese exports, but by investing in long term relationships and building trust.
How Alibaba Is Creating The Future Of Commerce On 11/11
Alibaba wants to make it a global phenomenon.
Alipay Takes On Apple Pay And PayPal On Their Home Turf
Is Alipay only for Chinese tourists? I doubt it.
Three Strategies To Win In China’s E-commerce Market
E-commerce in China is fundamentally mobile. The country has more than 1 billion smartphone users. Nearly 90% of Chinese shoppers have purchased items via a mobile phone.
Reasons Why Chinese Millennials Have More Cash To Burn
Chinese millennials are not all wealthy. But they do have disposable incomes to spend–be it their own or their parents’.
The Chinese Consumer Is Driving Global Innovation
Will China become an innovative economy and what will it mean to the world?
How Starbucks Can Revive China’s Lost Tea Culture
Starbucks’ announcement to enter China’s tea market has raised a few eyebrows. Some questioned why Chinese consumers would want to drink tea from a foreign coffee chain, given their own rich tea tradition.
Why China Will Dominate Next Generation Manufacturing
Chinese manufacturing will likely pose significant challenges to American manufacturers.
Apple: A Trend Follower In China?
Chinese consumers no longer buy into the hype they once did in iPhone. These days, Apple looks like “a trend follower” and is struggling to “keep itself interesting” in China.
It’s Time For Facebook To Copy WeChat
Many in the West have long disdained Chinese firms as copycats. Some believe that no innovation from China can be truly called original.
Rapidly Changing Chinese Consumer Landscape
The Chinese economy may have slowed down, but Chinese consumers haven’t. In 2015, consumer spending increased approximately 13 percent, compared to less than 7 percent growth in GDP.
America's Smart Congagement In Asia Pacific
From the American perspective, the U.S. is trying to set up rules and institutions in Asia Pacific so that no one country can exert its sphere of influence or bully other nations because of its sheer size.
Reports Of The Chinese Economy’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Many seemed to have missed the larger picture. The Chinese middle class has become a major pillar of the Chinese economy. Consumption contributed nearly 60% of growth last year, and the service sector now accounts for more than 50% of the economy.
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