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School House creates La Mer experience in Shanghai

New York-based creative agency School House has partnered with cosmetics brand La Mer for its Edge of the Sea campaign exhibition at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art.

China’s convenience-store market is booming as consumers seek speed and experience

China’s convenience-store market is booming with rapid sales growth and rapid network expansion ahead.

Kipling releases collection with Chinese designer Angel Chen

Fashion brand Kipling has released a collaboration with contemporary Chinese designer Angel Chen.

Jack Ma talks about the key to Alibaba’s success

Forbes Media has presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to Alibaba Group founder and partner Jack Ma, hailing the impact of Alibaba since its launch.

Golden Week 2019: Alipay data shows increase in offshore spend

Overseas Alipay transactions by mainland Chinese during the Golden Week holiday this year have increased year on year.

Aldi China opens three more pilot stores

Discount grocer Aldi has opened three more stores in China, taking its fledgling network to five.

Taubman Asia names new president

Taubman Asia president Peter Sharp has resigned after almost three years in the role.

Wumart wins bidding war for Metro China

Chinese retail group Wumart has won a lengthy bidding process for the Metro China business.

Australia’s Chemist Warehouse to open brick-and-mortar store in China

Australia’s Chemist Warehouse is opening its first brick-and-mortar store and launching on a new online marketplace in China.

Miniso $2 format opens first store, in Singapore

Chinese discount merchandise retailer Miniso has launched a Miniso $2 outlet store format, with its first shop opening in Singapore.

China feels the love in Kiehl’s Hainan promotion

An immersive Kiehl’s Hainan pop-up store, which remained open in Sanya International Duty Free Shopping Complex during September, incorporated designs by visual artist Simone Massoni.

Social unrest, trade tensions erode 90 per cent of Tse Sui Luen profits

Hong Kong-listed jeweller Tse Sui Luen says “social unrest” in Hong Kong and ongoing Sino-US trade tensions have caused a drop of more than 90 per cent in the company’s half-year profit.

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