The growing clout of the younger generation of Chinese mainland tea drinkers is opening new opportunities for traditional tea producers.
25 July 2017
According to figures released by the Guangdong Tea Profession Association in March, the 2017 spring tea harvest was slightly down compared with the same period last year, resulting in an overall rise in the average price of spring tea. More
Automotive technology was the key driver at Shanghai's consumer electronics event.
24 July 2017
With Asia as the manufacturing hub for much of the world's consumer electronics – as well as emerging as an increasingly tech-savvy early adopter market – it is perhaps not surprising that Shanghai's CES Asia, held in June, consistently draws huge crowds.More
The importance attached to the Belt and Road Initiative and the New Southbound Policy is set to strengthen Hong Kong’s commercial ties with Taiwan.
13 July 2017
With the Chinese mainland’s Belt and Road Initiative and Taiwan's New South-bound Policy representing a renewed focus on the emerging Southeast Asian countries and the surging Indian economy, there are clear opportunities for Hong Kong to play a key role in both programmes. More
Pop-up container malls are boosting Taiwan's tourism and start-up sectors.
28 June 2017
Pop-up shopping and hospitality malls, constructed entirely from shipping containers – and, hence, both eco-friendly and low in construction costs – represent the latest craze sweeping Taiwan and transforming unused land into thriving commercial centres. More
While the Chinese mainland and Southeast Asia have embraced mobile payment, Taiwanese consumers remain unconvinced.
22 June 2017
A recent survey by the Institute for Information Industry (III), a non-governmental organisation reporting to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs, found that mobile payments are still far from common across the island and are solely used for low-value transactions. More