Tag Archives: social media

Ashley Galina Dudarenok Hosted China Influencer Marketing Panel

Ashley Galina Dudarenok

Ashley Galina Dudarenok , China Marketing Expert, recently published her new book, Digital China: Working with Bloggers, Influencers and KOLs. She hosted the “China Influencer Marketing Panel” at her book launch. Lots of great insights shared by the panelists! Watch the panel videos below: Ashley Galina Dudarenok is a China marketing expert with twelve years of […]

Matthew Brennan: The SEA Strategies of China’s Two Tech Giants, Alibaba and Tencent

Matthew Brennan

At his recent presentation, Matthew Brennan shared his insights on the strategies of Alibaba and Tencent across the SEA region from e-commerce to gaming, payments, logistics, and cloud services. Who are they partnering with and why. What can we expect from them with future investments? Take a look at the short video learn more: Matthew […]

New Book by Ashley Galina Dudarenok: Digital China: Working with Bloggers, Influencers and KOLs

Ashley Galina Dudarenok

Ashley Galina Dudarenok‘s newest book, Digital China: Working with Bloggers, Influencers and KOLs has just hit the shelves last November and it’s already being talked about as a helpful guide for newcomers and experienced marketers alike to gain insight and take action on collaboration with social media influences. Some of the key points you’ll learn about […]

Matthew Brennan Spoke at Tax Free World Association Asia Conference and Got Rave Reviews

Matthew Brennan

China social marketing expert, Matthew Brennan, just spoke at the Tax Free World Association (TFWA) Asia Conference on China’s digital landscape and its influence on shopping behaviour, in China and beyond, and got rave reviews! Matthew Brennan 马修 is a well-known speaker and writer about WeChat. His opinions regarding WeChat and the China digital ecosystem are regularly featured […]

Niall Ferguson on the Rule of Law: Time, Checks on Power and China

Niall Ferguson, Professor of History at Harvard University and Senior Research Fellow at the universities of Oxford and Stanford, explains why the rule of law keeps the power of both the executive and public in check; why it needs to evolve over time and cannot be instituted overnight; why perhaps the West has misunderstood social […]

Ian Johnson: Impact of WeChat Shift on China’s Activists

What is the impact of WeChat’s rise on China’s activists? Ian Johnson talked to a few to find out and shared his insights in his article in New York Times. Still, WeChat remains a powerful tool for activists, even if Weibo’s promise of an open online society has been frustrated. Ian Johnson              Ian Johnson […]

Social Media in China

We Are Social has just released its report on all that’s happening in social, digital, and mobile in China. There are currently 10 million new internet users in China each month – adding to the ranks of Chinese netizens that are already more numerous than the populace of Europe – and that they spend an […]