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Child’s Play
Buoyed by China’s one-child policy and growing middle-class, the scale of the Chinese mainland toy market is tipped to overtake the markets of the United States and Europe combined.
1 April 2015
Opening a New Chapter
The popularity of audio books across the Chinese mainland is set to soar, according to several industry commentators.
25 March 2015
Zen Sales
With China's Buddhist population traditionally concentrated in the southern regions, the country's first sizeable International Buddhist Items and Crafts Fair was held in the southeastern coastal city of Xiamen in 2006.
17 March 2015
China in 3D
For many, the history of the movie industry can be divided into three distinct phases: the transition from silent movies to those with a soundtrack, followed by the upgrade from black and white to colour.
11 March 2015
Multi-Channel Move
Suffering from the huge inroads made by e-tailers, conventional shopping outlets in the Chinese mainland are fighting back.
2 March 2015
Clean Air Business
Some 5.8 million air-purifier units were sold in the Chinese mainland in 2014, according to recent statistics released by the industry.
23 Feb 2015
Building Smart Cities in the YRD
The Internet of Things (IoT) sector is expanding rapidly in the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) region. Spurred by urbanisation and development of smart cities, demand has grown for management systems and equipment.
11 Feb 2015
Bespoke Weddings Inspire Matrimonial Boom
Fueled by ongoing urbanisation on the Chinese mainland, the northeast port city of Dalian, in Liaoning Province, continues to experience population growth.
5 Feb 2015
Intelligent Care
The number of Chinese mainland citizens aged 60 years or over is expected to exceed 400 million in the next 30 years.
28 Jan 2015
The Business of Breathing
Environmental pollution in many of the Chinese mainland's major cities – notably Beijing – has spurred many manufacturers and service providers to offer novel solutions to the problem.
21 Jan 2015
Wooing Wuhan Consumers
Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Style Hong Kong is the leading consumer fair showcasing some of the city’s hottest brands.
14 Jan 2015
Museum Mementos Go Mainstream
Many Chinese mainland museums, in recent years, have started offering their own range of culturally and creatively themed souvenirs. Several museums have even gone so far as launching dedicated online stores, and engage young consumers via WeChat and other forms of social media.
7 Jan 2015
Crazy for Go-karting
Go-karting has long been a popular leisure activity in the United States, Japan and Europe.
24 Dec 2014
Fujian’s Urban Movement
Rising income among urban residents has bolstered demand for daily consumer goods and other products.
17 Dec 2014
Family Fashion
Parent-child bonding TV shows – notably Where Are We Going, Dad? – have become wildly popular in the Chinese mainland, making stars out of their young cast.
10 Dec 2014
Handle with Care
The huge growth in the Chinese mainland's luxury industry has fuelled demand for higher quality after-sales services.
2 Dec 2014
Boosting Green Tech in China
Solar-energy sewage treatment technology, wave power generators and a residual-heat recovery system for compound direct-heating air compressors were some of the highlights at the fourth International (Guangdong) Energy Conservation Expo.
24 Nov 2014
China’s Wine Detour
No longer the preserve of such traditional wine regions as Bordeaux, France, the Australia’s Yarra Valley or Napa Valley in the United States, wine tourism is now emerging as a strong trend in parts of the Chinese mainland too.
19 Nov 2014
Competitive Market Podcast
The 15th Guangdong International Sporting Goods Fair and 11th Guangdong/Hong Kong/Macau International Sporting Goods Fair, in August, saw a vast array of leisure products on display, including amphibious all-terrain vehicles, wearable sports video cameras and cooling sports towels.
11 Nov 2014
Smart Lockers
The explosive growth in e-commerce has created huge demand for express delivery services, putting a strain on recruitment and labour costs in the sector.
15 Oct 2014
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