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Already in the midst of an aggressive digital marketing push in China, American premium automaker Cadillac is going all-out to convert more of China's notoriously German-car-obsessed drivers.
A roundup of wine news coming out of China, from rising domestic production and an import slowdown to a new youth-focused soap opera aimed at the country's middle-class and Louis Latour's recent tastings in Shanghai.
Apparently putting to rest the mystery surrounding his fleeting first post on Sina Weibo, Brad Pitt has reportedly signed a deal with Cadillac to appear in the American automaker's print and television ads in China.
Absent Beijing's world-famous arts scene or the cosmopolitanism of Shanghai, Shenzhen isn't typically associated with China's burgeoning home-grown, high-end fashion industry.
Running through September 25, "Spot Light - China Youth Art Exhibition" at the 18Gallery in Shanghai showcases 200 works by 41 emerging young artists hand-picked by curator Ji Ji.
What should aspiring collectors know about the dynamics currently influencing China's art market, and how can they ensure they're buying the right artists?
Though China's "post-90s" consumers are the country's future big spenders, brands are finding it difficult to connect with the nebulous new demographic, causing a rethink about long-term marketing strategies.
Of all the difficulties currently facing brands operating in the mainland China luxury market, recruiting, training and retaining skilled staff may be the most pressing.
Recently, Jing Daily spoke with the young, Beijing-based painter Mu Lei, whose works have steadily gained notoriety in China and elsewhere for their blend of dark, almost gothic sense of femininity and '80s-influenced surrealism.