In the midst of a global pandemic and a 21st-century cold war, Chinese culture has looked inward and is taking conservative turns on multiple fronts
In China's crowded market, space for a new beauty brand, even a celebrity one, is becoming slimmer.
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.
In China’s post-virus world, more topics need to be added to the list.
On a cultural level, the slasher phenomenon demonstrates what Chinese millennials value — individuality, flexible work hours, and self-entrepreneurship.
Watching Dolce & Gabbana's blunder, some may infer that China’s new generations are hard to please. Not true, if you do it right.
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