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China's century-old Forbidden City is keeping up with China's fast-moving trends by focusing on e-com
September 19 · Issue #19 · View online
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China’s century-old Forbidden City is keeping up with China’s fast-moving trends by focusing on e-commerce, creative design, and tech tools. From kawaii dolls to interactive apps, the Forbidden City is now catering to modern, tech-savvy audiences. Read about it on our latest featured article. 
More digital trends in our post on iPhone 7 in China - netizens were not going wild over its recent launch. We explained why
The post-90s generation remains a hot topic on Chinese social media. This time, they are in the picture for not being able to hold down a job for longer than 2 years. Why is China’s Post 90s generation such a job-hopping one
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Manya Koetse (@manyapan), editor What’s on Weibo

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