Is Double 11 a showcase of China's private consumption power, or is it highlighting the shift from bricks-and-mortar to mobile commerce?
As we enter the new Asian century, what will the choppy waters of globalisation hold?
This week: Kishi Pan helps us unpack the world’s largest shopping event, China’s singles’ day, 11.11.
Despite being subject to fluctuation, risk and crisis, China’s system holds up.
Absent any major setback, China is achieving the V shaped economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unlike many Western countries, China followed the best science to fight the pandemic.
The economic narrative coming out of Beijing is the idea of two circulations, but what will that mean for the global economy?
Three China experts – a businessman, an academic and a diplomat – walk us through China’s post pandemic story.
This week: in a special on social commerce in China, we talk to our guest Kishi Pan about the unique experience of Xiaohongshu, or Little Red Book.
Influencers in a pandemic: from struggling after travel lockdowns and marketing cuts to thriving in a world of online experiences.
This week: banning TikTok and WeChat, and the fragmented internet.
The Australia-China economic partnership has always been important, but how will Australia fare with the two countries more closely interconnected than ever?