Stats from Deloitte’s 2018 China Mobile Consumer Survey shine a little light on how Chinese users prefer to communicate.
China’s mobile users are 30% more likely to use fingerprint authentication to unlock phones and authorize mobile payments.
That’s an increase of 2.3x over the previous year.
96% of Chinese users born between 1990-1994, and 94% of those born between 1995-1999 have chosen to opt in to Sesame Credit.
Recent research by JD Finance shines some light on how China’s 20-25 age group engages in crowdfunding (众筹).
A recent report by CBN Data show that the younger the consumer, the more open they are to purchasing previously-used products.
Those who purchased winter sporting goods also bought moisturizers, selfie sticks and waterproof cameras.
The more rural the area, the longer the attention span, at least when it comes to online news media.
Web app developers beware: if you’re producing interfaces for mainland China, this is the browser set you should be testing for.
Shopping from TMall is giving us a little window into difference in pace and quality of life in China’s urban and rural areas.