Jul 17, 2020|

Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (July 13-July 17)


On July 15th, JD Retail signed a partnership with Tencent Games’ King Pro League (KPL) e-sports tournaments for Honor of Kings, China’s most popular game. The partnership will focus on the development of the tournaments itself, and also involve extensive collaboration in event promotion, user expansion, fan interaction, and more.

Wang Feng, a Chinese star rocker, has joined JD Live exclusively as Chief Livestreaming Officer. On July 15th, over RMB 200 million yuan of products were sold in his livestream debut on JD in four hours.


On July 15th, Guangquan He, a courier at JD’s Chengdu Yingmenkou delivery station celebrated his 60th birthday, as well as the official date of his retirement from JD.com. He had been working at JD as a courier for 10 years, trained nearly 100 new couriers, and sent out nearly 300,000 packages. Click to read his detailed story.


On July 13th, Turkish leather brand Manu Atelier’s official first party flagship store on JD.com opened. It is the brand’s first store in China, online or offline. The brand’s bags have been frequently spotted on the arm of Kate Middleton, Gigi Hadid, Sarah Jessica Parker and more.


On July 15th, Japanese fashion jewelry brand AHKAH launched a flagship store on JD, choosing JD as the first online platform to partner with in China. In addition to this iconic series, JD’s buyers also selected products that meet Chinese customers’ preferences based on JD’s big data, including the fairy tale collection, fil rouge series, première étoile series, and more.