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High-end Chinese travelers make new choices – Rupert Hoogewerf

Where do they go to, where do they stay. The travel industry is eagerly looking at the luxury traveler from China. The latest Hurun Chinese Luxury Traveller report shows some answers: they increasingly go for luxury homes instead of hotels, says Hurun chairman Rupert Hoogewerf to the South China Morning Post.

China luxury consumers: it’s complicated – Ashley Dudarenok

The Euromonitor divided up China’s luxury consumers into five categories, to make life easier for marketers selling to them. Marketing veteran Ashley Dudarenok, author of Unlocking the World’s Largest E-market: A Guide To Selling on Chinese Social Media, applauds the effort, but thinks the market in China is more complicated than that, she tells in the Jing Daily.

Mr. Trump cannot outsmart history – Jim Rogers

In the trade war between China and the US, president Trump tries to outsmart history, says investor Jim Rogers, author of A Gift to My Children: A Father’s Lessons for…

Renminbi: not yet close to US dollar as world currency – Wang Haiyan

China’s Renminbi is not coming close to the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency, says business analyst Wang Haiyan to Money Talks. Even though more trade is done in the Chinese currency, the US dollar is still dominant. China cannot expect export to save its economy but relies on domestic consumption. But that transition is not going overnight, Wang adds.

On the China market, the iPhone does not make a difference – Ben Cavender

Once Apple’s iPhone was a much-wanted device for the picky Chinese consumers. But those glamorous days are over as domestic brands offer more than their US competitor, says branding analyst Ben Cavender to Patently Apple.

The US-China trade war: in for the long haul – Arthur Kroeber

The trade war between the US and China might only be starting, the fight is going to be one for the long haul, says economist Arthur Kroeber, author of China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know®, according to Dow Jones. “The U.S. and China are in for a long and acrimonious confrontation,” he says.

Why I sold my US stocks for Chinese equity – Jim Rogers

Renowned investor Jim Rogers sold his US stocks and changed them for Chinese equities, he told at Yicai Global. For him, the Belt and Road initiative fits into his optimistic view on China’ economy, he adds.

Why “House of Cards” got a massive following in China – Tom Doctoroff

“House of Cards” might be a cynical parody on US politics, millions of Chinese also enjoyed the Netflix production and hade it a huge impact in China. Cultural expert and China expert Tom Doctoroff, author of What Chinese Want: Culture, Communism, and China’s Modern Consumer, explains to the Washington Post why. “It essentially confirmed that our government is not so different than theirs.”

Explaining Alibaba’s Single’s Day – Ashley Dudarenok

11.11 is Alibaba’s Single’s Day, an annual online shopping festival and marketing expert Ashley Dudarenok explains where it is coming from. Last year Alibaba had a turnover of US$25 billion, while competitor JD claimed US$19 billion for the 11-day festival. Ashey on the power of data.

This trade war is insane – Jim Rogers

China is not going to bend over for Donald Trump, they have nobody to answer to but themselves, says Asia investor Jim Rogers. “This trade war is insane to start with,” he adds.

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