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TikTok shows a glimpse of what in-video search is going to look like in the future.
Add cola, add chicken, and it's a recipe for success.
These are the ten most popular smartphone brands and models in China right now.
"Please feed me too."
Why Peppa is breaking the Chinese internet.
It's the Chinese new year of Peppa Pig.
Alipay, oh, Alipay, wherefore art thou Hanbao now?
China's ubiquitous inserted ad marketing is alienating viewers from their favorite TV drama characters.
Bulgari's wordplay is multidimensional, but did it consider Jewish people?
From oldskool scams to WeChat scams - people are still falling for this every single day.
When marketing & capitalism meet communist symbols: "We might as well put billboards on Tiananmen."
Noteworthy facts about the latest iPhone release in the PRC.
Innocent child's play or raising little princesses?
Since Apple handed over their iCould operations in China to the Chinese Guizhou-Cloud Big Data company, iPhone users are bombarded with trash ads in iMessage.
The ten most popular Chinese smartphone brands buzzing on social media.
China's bubble tea (aka pearl milk tea) market is booming: these are the top 10 popular milk tea shops in the PRC.
Weibo and online celebrities are punished by Internet regulators for spreading 'vulgar content', but netizens bear the brunt.
With pink flowers and dreamlike imageries, these prevalent advertisements promise Chinese women a fast and 'glamorous' abortion.