The brand dove into China’s growing intimates market with its controversial #SupportisEverything campaign. but will find it challenging to win customers in this sensitive segment.
From Mercedes-Benz to Made-in-China companies, brands have angered netizens over Chinese marketing with 'slanted-eye' looks.
The influencer industry is rife with racial inequality. But in China, homegrown KOLs make more than their Western counterparts. So what’s the problem then?
Young Chinese men have turned to women’s clothes for inspiration. But can brands capitalize on this trend while the government pushes traditional masculinity?
Chinese “traffic stars” once offered beauty brands massive growth in China, but an explosion of idol scandals is tarnishing this strategy.
A tendency to underestimate the digital medium’s production value and relying on content outsourcing are common problems preventing brands from getting livestreaming right in China.
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