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Homestay Sector Now a Vital Element of Taiwan's Tourism Industry

17 April 2019

With the territory now having more than 8,500 separate homestay facilities, these individual accommodation options are widely credited with having played a major role in sustaining the growth of Taiwa...Read More

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Greater Bay Area Success Stories (1): Architectural Design

17 April 2019

Prime Design Consultancy Ltd, established in Hong Kong in 2014, set up Yipin, an architectural design consultancy, in Guangzhou in 2018 in a bid to enter the mainland’s interior / exterior design and ...Read More

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Opportunities in Qingdao’s Modern Logistics Sector

11 April 2019

Qingdao, supported by efficient sea-rail intermodal transport and customs clearance, has grown to become China’s top-ranking port. Freight forwarders from Japan and South Korea are increasingly using ...Read More

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Hainan Free Trade Zone (3): The Burgeoning Medical Tourism Sector podcast

10 April 2019

With Hainan Island being established as a free trade zone (FTZ), the provincial government is putting a lot of effort into developing the island’s tourism industry, including medical tourism. In Novem...Read More

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Greater Global Standardisation Vital for Mainland Jewellery Sector

8 April 2019

Speaking at the HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show, Yang Lixin, Director of the Standardisation Office of China's National Gemstone Testing Centre, called on industry players to work more cl...Read More

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Chinese Consumers Go Bespoke (3): The Technology-Led Apparel Sector

3 April 2019

Tailor-made clothing was the most popular bespoke product category in China. “Our company strives to offer premium clothing to address the specific needs of customers by harnessing more new technology...Read More

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High-End Instruments Strike the Right Chord at Guangzhou Music Expo

27 March 2019

Purveyors of high-end music instruments were most in tune with the market at this year's Guangzhou International Musical Instruments Exhibition, while there was also robust demand for digital tuition ...Read More

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Chinese Consumers Go Bespoke (2): Custom Furniture Offers Space Solutions

20 March 2019

The higher the household income, the higher the proportion of Chinese consumers have purchased bespoke products, with the portion of those having ordered custom furniture reached 52%. Sam Ke, presiden...Read More

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Five Domestic Shortages Threaten to Derail US-China Tariff Dispute-Driven Repatriation of NT$15 trillion of Overseas Taiwanese Investment

13 March 2019

Although already suffering from the fallout from the protracted US-China trade war, acute shortages of land, power, water, premium talent and manpower are currently deterring many overseas-operating T...Read More

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Surprisingly Light Attendance at Shanghai Illumination Showcase

7 March 2019

Although the mainland lighting industry is seen as being in robust health, with its turnover expected to top US$24 billion by 2024, buyers were said to be relatively thin on the ground at the recently...Read More

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Rising Costs Marginalise Exported Chinese Textiles in Turkish Market

4 March 2019

Faced with continually rising costs, additional import tariffs, adverse currency fluctuations and low-quality perception, mainland-made fabrics now run the real risk of having an ever-diminishing shar...Read More

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Belt and Road Backing Set to Fast-track Kathmandu Monorail Project

28 Feb 2019

US$1 billion project set to cut congestion in the Nepalese capital and interchange with expanded ring-road facility....Read More

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Chinese Consumers Go Bespoke (1): Team Sportswear an Expression of Core Values

27 Feb 2019

Growing numbers of Chinese middle-class consumers are choosing custom-made products as their lifestyles improve. Yansu’s founder Mason Mai shares about the preferences of mainland consumers for bespok...Read More

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The Business Strategies of a Toy Licensee in Mainland China

21 Feb 2019

The licensing market in China has witnessed rapid growth in recent years. Shuoya Trading (Guangzhou) Co Ltd Managing Director, Roy Lin, spoke to HKTDC Research recently about the operational mode of t...Read More

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Cultural Nuances: The Key to Successful Mainland E-Commerce

20 Feb 2019

When setting about targeting online Chinese consumers with its proprietary sports nutrition range, one UK company found it had an awful lot to learn in terms of matching the e-commerce culture and the...Read More

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Taiwan's Rebooted Textiles Sector Set to Benefit Hong Kong Businesses

13 Feb 2019

With Taiwan's reengineered textiles sector set to take a lead in the global functional fabrics segment, there may be a number of collaborative opportunities for Hong Kong businesses on the distributio...Read More

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Full STEAM Ahead!

11 Feb 2019

China has been actively promoting STEAM education in recent years. Many companies have spotted the business opportunities and launched different types of STEAM toys and coding courses onto the market....Read More

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BRI-Backed Power Plant Set to Reduce Cambodia's Energy Shortfall

1 Feb 2019

US$781 million Sesan II hydroelectric facility tipped to cut country's reliance on imported energy as demand soars....Read More

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China Furniture Manufacturing Sector Soars But Exports Still Priority

25 Jan 2019

Despite a multitude of conflicting industry events, the Shanghai-hosted China International Furniture Expo still sprawled across a record 300,000 sq m of premium exhibition space and attracted more th...Read More

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Belt and Road Inner Mongolia: Reinventing Manzhouli as a China-Russia Trade Hub

23 Jan 2019

The city of Manzhouli in Inner Mongolia, on the region’s border with Russia, is China’s largest land port of entry from Russia. More than 65% of land transport in Sino-Russian trade passes through the...Read More

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