A social media post on Red was called out for discriminating against working mothers, and it forced a new coffee brand to empty its online store on Douyin.
TOP OF THE CHARTS: A new report details why brand crises in China happen in the first place, and which industries are more prone to getting in trouble.
Dearth of Asian press at D&G catwalks intimates the brand's reputation is still suffering in China.
With its leader indicted on corruption charges, Samsung's brand reputation faces a "long and steep road". Or, perhaps the scandal will have no impact whatsoever.
It’s baffling how often even major companies continue to get their messages wrong.
Here's a look at the top five eyebrow-raising marketing-related incidents from China in 2016.
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