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Whether it's interviews with modern day entrepreneurs, wizened China hands, company CEOs, lawyers, or policy wonks, China Voices brings you a wide view of doing business in China. In a country where economics is politics, China Voices speaks to the academics and policy experts who try to make sense of this emerging economy. So expect to hear from world-class thinkers at some of the best universities and research institutes, as well as Shanghai-based experts on U.S.-China relations. Thanks fo ...
 
Join us to keep up on the trends affecting marketing in China! We cover new features in WeChat, Douyin, Baidu, Weibo, Bilbilili and other Chinese platforms. Plus, we'll give a brief overview of the news in Chinese culture, politics and economics, while pointing out the takeaways for marketing teams. Just 35 minutes per week, and you'll be up-to-date! The podcast is new, but we've been blogging on this topic since all the way back in 2008 - before most of the Chinese digital platforms even ex ...
 
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Join Tait and Lawrence to hear about this week's Chinese marketing trends. Chrome now offers QR codes for every page. Source (English): https://chromeunboxed.com/chrome-88-dino-codes-full-roll-out China’s trade with Canada up 8%. If Canada can do it, anybody can. Source (English): https://www.ualberta.ca/china-institute/research/analysis-briefs/202…
 
Happy Chinese New Year! 新年快乐! Join Tait and Wiki to hear about this week's Chinese marketing trends. Clubhouse has been blocked Source (English): https://pandaily.com/clubhouse-banned-in-mainland-china/ Source 2 (English): https://www.whatsonweibo.com/a-breath-of-fresh-air-clubhouse-app-discussed-by-chinese-social-media-users/ Douyin users surprise…
 
This episode I spoke with Dan Wang, chief economist at Hang Seng Bank (China). Dan was previously an analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, and holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Washington. She is regularly quoted in publications including the Wall Street Journal, the China Economic Review, and the Financial Times. Dan and I di…
 
Join Tait & Lawrence to hear about the trends affecting marketers in China. This week's topics: 1) Follow these new WeChat policies or get banned. Source: (Chinese) 2) For Gen Z, more Chinese men (than women) are willing to be full-time parents. Source: (English) 3) Alipay launches the “Five Fortune” event. Source: (Chinese) 4) Douyin sues Tencent …
 
Join Tait & Lawrence to hear about the trends affecting marketers in China. Topics: 1) Bilibili red envelope bullet comments are coming. Source: (Chinese) 2) Chinese cities offer subsidies to keep citizens home. Source: (Chinese) 3) China using anal swabs to test for COVID. Source: (English) 4) Ant Group back on track for IPO. Source: (English) 5) …
 
This episode I spoke with Dr. Jing Wang, an Assistant Professor of Interactive Media Business at NYU Shanghai, where her recent research has focused on the policy environment surrounding China's fintech platforms, and how these platforms impact corporate-government relations. We discuss China's evolving fintech policies, and how the sector has beco…
 
This week, we see the changing of political guard in the US but renewed American concerns about who has access to your WeChat data. Baidu and Geely join powers to take on Tesla in the electric vehicle (EV) arena, and there's ANOTHER digital payment option to make our lives even easier...right? Topics: Douyin launches payment solution. Source (Chine…
 
Join Tait & Lawrence to hear about the trends affecting marketers in China. Sum-up: Fewer people to travel during Spring Festival. A poll of 15,000 people showed the respondents to be about evenly split between three options: Travel during Spring Festival Stay home Wait and see Some local governments have urged citizens to avoid travelling, and som…
 
This week I spoke with David Yeung, co-founder and CEO of sustainability group Green Monday, maker of popular plant-based protein product OmniPork. David launched Green Monday in Hong Kong in 2012, and since then it's grown to include OmniFood products as well as the plant-based concept store Green Common, which launched its first location in Shang…
 
Join Tait & Lawrence to hear about the trends affecting marketers in China this week. Sum-up: China (mostly) open for domestic Spring Festival travel Spring Festival is coming up, so it’s time for people to decide if they’ll visit family or not. The official holiday date is Feb 11–17, but there’s usually a lot of travel before and after that as wel…
 
Half of China’s population is overweight. At Chinese dinner tables, it’s common to hear “eat up”, “eat that” and “eat this” as Chinese parents and grandparents urge their children to consume more. While the older generation may have grown up in a time when food was sometimes scarce, that’s not usually the problem nowadays. According to government s…
 
Hello! This week, Kejie from ChinaMKTGInsights.com joined us to talk about fake bird nests and facial-recognition trends in China. Feel free to contact us if you have any other insights that could help companies sell more stuff in China. We could work with you on a podcast or a blog post. Dig in! “Show your face to enter” - Convenient or scary? Fac…
 
This episode we have a review of China's 2020 economic performance and a forecast for 2021 with Dr. Penelope Prime, founding director of the China Research Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Prime has 30 years of experience studying China's economy, with a focus on topics including foreign investment and trade, industrial progress a…
 
Join Tait and Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. China’s digital currency works online. The latest test of China’s digital currency started last week. This time around, the Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP) could be spent in both physical stores in Suzhou and on JD’s e-commerce…
 
This episode I talked with Li Zhang, president of independent media site RADII. Li is also the 2020 AmCham Shanghai Future Leader Award winner, recognized for her work to grow RADII's reach and promote authentic storytelling in China. RADII works to share stories that often go overlooked in China, including on topics such as music, fashion, mental …
 
Join Tait and Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. This week's topics: - China expanding its weather-control program. Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/china-expanding-weather-modification-program-artificial-rain-snow-2025-2020-12 - China rolling out 5 vaccines. Source: https://supc…
 
Join Tait, Lawrence and Nara as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. This week's topics: - The OECD expects strongest growth for China and India next year. Source: https://www.oecd.org/economic-outlook/ - China’s social group buying isn’t what you think it is. Source: https://36kr.com/p/9927781654176…
 
This week, I spoke with Kacie Miura, Assistant Professor in Political Science and International Relations at the University of San Diego, where her research focuses on the link between international and domestic politics, with a focus on China. We discuss how China and the Biden administration are preparing to work with one another, how Biden may p…
 
Join Tait, Lawrence and Nara as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. This week's topics: - A tour of QQ (kind-of like WeChat). - New WeChat features: hashtags and bigger file transfers. Source: https://dy.163.com/article/FS95BI2P05491QAW.html - Bilibili to launch 33 new anime shows. Source: https://r…
 
In this audio version of our blog, Tait introduces: Why SEO is important. Why you should be doing SEO on top of your other marketing efforts. How to get started with basic SEO for China’s biggest search engine, Baidu. Baidu SEO doesn't need to be complex. It's easy to get started by simply doing the most basic on-page optimizations for your content…
 
Join Tait and Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today we'll be giving some practical tips about Toutiao, Bilibili and Zhihu. All topics and sources: 1) Zhihu is growing, and Zhihu ads are becoming more sophisticated Source: https://www.nanjingmarketinggroup.com/blog/zhihu-advertising 2…
 
No foreign policy topic currently garners more attention in the United States than its relationship with China, especially in light of China’s rise over the past few decades as an economic, technological, military, and strategic power and rival. In this episode, Neysun Mahboubi discusses with Yan Xuetong, one of China’s leading experts on internati…
 
I spoke with conservation photographer and writer Kyle Obermann about the evolution of China's corporate environmental CSR, as well as the recent establishment of China's national park system. Kyle has photographed and reported from some of China's most fragile nature preserves, some of which are now part of the 10 pilot parks in the national park …
 
Join Tait and Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today we'll be talking about China's five year plan, because it gives insights into major opportunities in China. Plus, we'll be looking at a few Baidu ranking factors from a new correlation study. Sources: https://www.theverge.com/2020/1…
 
Join Tait, Lawrence and Phoebe as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today we'll be talking about cultural trends affecting working-age adults and their parents. Plus, some insights into Baidu, WeChat, Douyin and mobile Internet browsers. Sources: - https://pandaily.com/economists-propose-three-chi…
 
I spoke with Agatha Kratz, Associate Director at research firm Rhodium Group, where she leads research on EU-China relations. We discuss the state of EU-US relations when it comes to China, and how the two countries can more closely come together on a China strategy. While the US and EU have diverged in their approaches in recent years, Agatha outl…
 
Today’s topics: - COVID 19 vaccine available for 228 Yuan/shot. Source: http://med.china.com.cn/content/pid/210471/tid/1026 - Alibaba’s Double 11 festival is approaching. Source: https://www.alizila.com/what-to-expect-from-alibabas-2020-11-11-global-shopping-festival/ - 2 KOL sells more than 7 billion CNY in Taobao Double 11 pre-sale. Source: https…
 
I talked with Yide Qiao, Vice Chairman & Secretary General at the Shanghai Development Research Foundation, about how the US election could impact US-China relations. We chatted late last month about the ways that a Biden administration versus the Trump administration could affect the bilateral relationship, particularly on issues such as the use o…
 
Join Tait & Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today’s topics: - WeChat video account upgrades. Source (Chinese): https://36kr.com/p/921002628024711 - How Carrefour started earning profits in China. Source (Chinese): https://baijiahao.baidu.com/s?id=1680420249402606899 - COVID updates S…
 
Join Tait & Echo as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today's topics (~4 minutes each). - WeChat releases kids' mode. - Negative views of China hit 10-year high. - China installs the most industrial robots. - Quarantine and travel. - A human/AI immersive art display. - Zhihu account setup, adverti…
 
Happy Mid-autumn festival! Join Tait & Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today's topics (~4 minutes each). - More Chinese people aged 50+ login. - China's SaaS ecosystem barely getting started. - Shanghai bans plastic. - Tesla thriving in China. - Sina and Sogou going private. - WeChat…
 
We talked with AmCham Shanghai Director of Communications Ian Driscoll and China Management Consulting Leader Mark Gilbraith about AmCham Shanghai’s 2020 China Business Report. The report is based on the results of the Chamber’s 2020 China Business Survey, one of the longest-running surveys of US business in China. Mark, Ian and I discuss the resul…
 
Join Tait & Lawrence as we take you through the top news this week that affects companies selling into China. Today's topics (~4 minutes each). WeChat ban Huawei's OS China's currency Foreigner resident permits Carbon neutrality 5g subscriber numbers Chinese FDI China cyber insecurity Tait has been working in digital marketing in China since 2008 -…
 
This week we're discussing the recovery of China's travel industry with Albert Ng, co-founder and executive director of the travel company WildChina. We dig into how tourism companies are adapting to the currently solely domestic travel market in China, and what forms of travel consumers are looking for these days. We also discuss the new health an…
 
This week I talked with Marshall Strabala, chief architect of the Shanghai Tower and one of the world's leading designers of supertall skyscrapers. We discussed Marshall's experience designing the Shanghai Tower and which aspects of the building he was most proud to bring to life, as well as his thoughts on Shanghai's fast-changing architectural la…
 
This week I’m chatting with longtime China trade expert Lee Sands. Lee served as the US chief trade negotiator with China and Japan from 1991 to 1997 and was one of the lead negotiators on China’s entry into the World Trade Organization. Lee is also spearheading AmCham Shanghai's Hangzhou Center, where he’s working to help the center reach more bus…
 
This week we're talking with Jennifer Turner, director of the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum, where she publishes research and creates exchanges focused on a variety of China’s energy and environmental challenges. She also serves as editor of the center's journal, the China Environment Series. Talking with us from Washington D.C., Jennifer…
 
This week we're talking with Dr. Yu Jie, senior research fellow on China in the Asia-Pacific Programme at the London-based think tank Chatham House, where her work focuses on China’s foreign policy and economic diplomacy. Yu Jie and I discuss China's economic recovery since its worst days of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the government is strategiz…
 
We’re talking with Denis Simon, Executive Vice Chancellor at US-Sino joint university Duke Kunshan University. We discuss how DKU handled China's sudden lockdown in February and the school's switch to remote learning. We also chat about how DKU is preparing for the fall semester while China's borders remain closed, stopping many students and facult…
 
This week we answered commonly asked questions about China's employment regulations with JunHe counsel Jeffrey Wilson. Jeffrey has a decade of experience at JunHe LLP, and specializes in China's employment and sports law. In our first episode co-hosted with the China Business Law Podcast, we spoke with Jeffrey about some of the key employment law i…
 
One of the hallmarks of Xi Jinping’s tenure as China’s leader, since 2012, has been the notable strengthening of the state’s coercive architecture, through which it endeavors to control Chinese society. In particular, Xi Jinping’s administration has substantially restructured the legal and institutional frameworks underpinning China’s domestic secu…
 
This week we're talking with Carly Ramsey, director at global risk consulting firm Control Risks. Carly leads the Shanghai office's political and regulatory risk consulting for Greater China and North Asia. Carly and I discuss the current landscape for data privacy regulations in China, and how multinationals can ensure they're compliant with local…
 
This week we're talking with Michelle Garnaut, owner of longtime Shanghai staple, M on the Bund. One of the city's most well-known restauranteurs, Michelle spoke with us from Hong Kong about how she's adapted M on the Bund for business amid the COVID-19 pandemic, including everything from cutting the restaurant's capacity in half to dropping her pr…
 
This episode we spoke with Han Lin, Senior Vice President and Deputy Manager of Wells Fargo Shanghai, about how multinational corporations in China are weathering the financial storm of the coronavirus. We discussed the strategies MNCs and their clients are using to mitigate their financial damage during the pandemic, the forms of support offered b…
 
This episode we're speaking with Ken Jarrett, senior advisor at the Albright Stonebridge Group and a former AmCham Shanghai president. We discuss the impact of the coronavirus on U.S.-China relations, including how it's affected each country's global reputation, and what the lasting damage from the pandemic could be on the bilateral relationship.…
 
This episode, I spoke with Mark Harrison, Deals Advisory Partner at KPMG China. Mark specializes in advising on investments in China, including due diligence and joint ventures. Mark and I recorded our conversation before the coronavirus pandemic, and while it’s clear that much in China and the world has changed in the weeks since Mark and I first …
 
This week I'm talking with two leaders from international learning group Education First about the effect of the coronavirus on China's education industry. Jean Liu, chief corporate affairs officer at EF, joined by phone from Shanghai, and president of adult English training Sam Cheung joined by phone from Hong Kong. The two discussed how EF made t…
 
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