by Ella Kidron and Vivian Yang Feb 12 is Chinese New Year’s Day. It is time for family reunion, people shop for a fresh start and for good omens.
by Kelly Dawson In 1998, JD.com founder Richard Liu had a radical idea: Despite the wide-spread practice of bargaining for good deals, Liu believed that what Chinese consumers wanted
by Hui Zhang Many Chinese people are choosing to stay in the cities where they work during the upcoming Chinese New Year, which falls on February 12 this year,
by Ella Kidron A fridge with sterilization, anti-odor and separation of dry and wet storage. A drill set perfect for at home DIY hardware projects. A gaming laptop with
by Yuchuan Wang COVID-19 has stimulated widespread use of advanced technologies in the healthcare industry. Doctors are treating patients through the internet and monitoring their blood
This article was first published on the World Economic Forum’s Agenda Blog by Ella Kidron and Vivian Yang Many young people have embraced the convenience of digital technologies such as
by Ling Cao The epidemic has changed the consumption habits of consumers in China and worldwide, with online sales for fresh produce and other foods increasing during the pandemic
by Ella Kidron, Ling Cao, Rachel Liu JD made its move into the duty free industry by opening a store through partnering with Hainan Tourism and Investment Development Co.