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  • e-Commerce, Entertainment, Trends
    July 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

    In tune: Karaoke and the future of Chinese m-Commerce

    ChangBa. Like a virgin.

    China's Karaoke parlors are notorious for "value-added" services, including in-house hostesses that perform "Like a Virgin". Karaoke remains a popular pastime in the Middle Kingdom, but is eclipsed by new ways of socializing both offline and online. In attempt to combine the old with the new, a small Beijing company recently launched a mobile app that allows users to browse and share Karaoke performances by and with friends and strangers, as well as record their own. The app is "inspired" by existing products, but includes several unique features, including full integration with what might become China's largest mobile commerce platform.  ...Read More

  • Branding, Electronics, FMCG, Hospitality
    June 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Korean brands in China: Surfing with drama queens

    Korean Beauty Li Ang-ai

    Korean brands rely on the popularity of Korean celebrities to expand in China. The ubiquity of Korean pop music (K-pop) and Korean TV dramas makes it easier for the country's retailers to appeal to Chinese consumers. 'Hanliu', the wave of Korean fashion and entertainment washing over China, allows some Korean brands to punch above their weight and take on more established foreign and local competitors.  ...Read More

  • What's News? June 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Sina Weibo cooperates with Taobao

    Sina Weibo added “goods in the neighborhood” item to its mobile edition recently. Users can search for goods sold around them and purchase online. Currently this application is directly connected with Taobao.com and provides information of stores and goods in the neighborhood. Users can log in their Taobao account to buy and pay through Alipay. Before this, Sina Weibo has co-launched Wei shopping mall with Tmall and 360Buy that allows users to go from the official Weibo websites to the B2C websites of Tmall and 360Buy. Source (中文): ChinaByte

  • Branding, Electronics
    June 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Xiaomi: China’s Chic Smartphone Challenger

    Xiaomi's MiPop user magazine.

    Xiaomi is one of China’s best known mobile phone brands. China’s smartphone market is crowded with domestic and foreign giants. Xiaomi, a small company based out of Beijing, managed to create a beautiful, easy to use and affordable smartphone with a rabid consumer following. Now that China’s Bloomberg Businessweek put Xiaomi on its cover, we figured it’s time for Buy Buy China to take a closer look.  ...Read More

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