The 50 most searched for luxury brands in China

An inforgraphic showing the top 50 most searched for luxury brands in China.

The 50 most searched for luxury brands in China

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Cómo llegar a turistas chinos a través de Wechat y Weibo – infografía

Los turistas chinos no sólo son el grupo mundial más grande de viajeros por nacionalidad sino también son algunos de los más conectados en las redes sociales. La empresa de publicidad con sede en Shanghai Uncle Publicidad acaba de lanzar una nueva infografía sobre cómo los turistas chinos están utilizando WeChat y Weibo, tanto cuando están haciendo sus planes de viaje y cuando están en el extranjero. Echa un vistazo a la gráfica de abajo para ver algunos ejemplos concretos y buenas prácticas para involucrar al viajero chino! Leer el resto de esta entrada »


Lost In China: Kicked Out Of Gansu – National Geographic

Lost In China: Kicked Out Of Gansu The boys combine the old and new as they play basketball with locals in Gansu. But when protests erupt in the region, they are forced to leave.

More about the show: <a href=”http://natgeotv.com/za/lost-in-china/about&#8221; target=”_blank”>National Geographic Lost in series</a>


Building Brand Loyalty in China With Social Media – Infographic

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Essential China Travel Trends

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Travel & Tourism in China – infographic

With over 55 million international arrivals in 2010, China ranks 3rd as the world’s most visited country. This handy infographic breaks down travel patterns for international arrivals to China and Chinese tourists abroad.

Travel & Tourism in China

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5 Steps to Win More Chinese Tourists – infographic

100 million Chinese citizens will travel outside the country in 2015. Are you ready? In the next few years, China will become the single-largest source of international tourism while simultaneously possessing the largest domestic tourism market in the world. China’s emergent middle-class is rapidly changing the face of the World’s travel industry and businesses need to promptly adapt and equip themselves with the necessary China-friendly measures to make customers feel welcomed. The team at KAWO, a China social media management tool set to launch in June, assembled the 5 top tips to attract more Chinese tourists to your business, city or country.

5 Steps to Win More Chinese Tourists

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