When we are conducting vehicle relevant studies, there is one thing that we hear again and again from Chinese users, especially owners of foreign car brands: “The built-in navigation system in the car is terrible, I only use my phone to navigate.”
More and more Chinese consumers are integrating smart home devices into their homes. In the beginning, the early adopters were those young people who would like to try something fancy and new. After they have gathered good experience, they will potentially take a second purchase, but this time for their parents.
There are plenty of online courses in China, including different majors – more precisely: you can find online courses for almost everything. Different platforms are gathering teachers for different majors. Each platform has its own focus like music, painting art, foreign languages, after-school tutorials, etc. So online courses are a real business in China.
There is a clear trend among Chinese users when it comes to navigation apps – Chinese applications are highly preferred. We have compared several Chinese navigation apps with non-Chinese navigation apps and found out several outstanding features. We will therefore give a China-specific-feature overview and relevant culture background explanations.
While teleshopping channels are well known in Germany, shopping goes one step further in China via personal live-streams. Find out more about a new level of shopping.
Robots for children are more in demand in China than ever. The main customers of this kind of robot are modern young parents with children under 6 years old. Find out more about the features and the purpose of the product.
It may surprise you, but nowadays Christmas is also celebrated in China. Although New Year's Eve is celebrated all over the world, there are quite some differences between German and Chinese customs. In our new article we clarifiy what Christmas and New Year is about in China.
Last year, the movie “Dying to survive” turned out to be the box office smash hit and led to a huge discussion about the medical insurance system in China. It was a story about how a Chinese leukemia patient smuggled cheaper cancer treatment medicine from India.
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