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If the Visual China Group isn't selling the copyrights of your images, you're a nobody.
"Please feed me too."
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Why Peppa is breaking the Chinese internet.
It's the Chinese new year of Peppa Pig.
China's ubiquitous inserted ad marketing is alienating viewers from their favorite TV drama characters.
Haidilao is taking its customer service to a whole new level.
Bulgari's wordplay is multidimensional, but did it consider Jewish people?
Despite Canada-China tensions, the Canada Goose store in Beijing is faring well.
Top-notch hotpot restaurant asks for top-notch waiters - stirring controversy online.
Apparently, all it takes is to be an American to get your deposit back from Ofo?
The D&G China marketing crisis in hashtags.
"D&G Loves China", but China doesn't really love D&G this week.
One of Weibo's hottest posts ever is all about the money.
These are the top ways in which netizens' high Sesame Credit scores can be used in daily life.
When marketing & capitalism meet communist symbols: "We might as well put billboards on Tiananmen."
Noteworthy facts about the latest iPhone release in the PRC.
How Peppa Pig became the victim of thousands of "trademark squatters" in China.