Jane Zhang

Jane Zhang joined the Post in 2017, working with the video team before moving to reporting. She covers business and political stories in Hong Kong and mainland China. Previously, Jane interned at CNN and Bloomberg Businessweek Chinese.
Jane Zhang
Jane Zhang joined the Post in 2017, working with the video team before moving to reporting. She covers business and political stories in Hong Kong and mainland China. Previously, Jane interned at CNN and Bloomberg Businessweek Chinese.

Latest from Jane Zhang

China created a unicorn every 3.8 days in 2018

The valuation of China’s biggest unicorn, Ant Financial, has exceeded 1 trillion yuan

27 Jan 2019 - 7:21PM
China created a unicorn every 3.8 days in 2018

The valuation of China’s biggest unicorn, Ant Financial, has exceeded 1 trillion yuan

Didi by the numbers: ride-hailing firm covered more miles in 2018 than 5 Earth-to-Neptune round-trips

Following scandals, Didi has focused on safety overhauls, including in-trip audio recordings by passengers and drivers and in-car panic buttons.

23 Jan 2019 - 6:37AM
Didi by the numbers: ride-hailing firm covered more miles in 2018 than 5 Earth-to-Neptune round-trips

Following scandals, Didi has focused on safety overhauls, including in-trip audio recordings by passengers and drivers and in-car panic buttons.

China steps up push to nurture cybersecurity companies to support digitisation of economy
Credit Suisse predicts steep fall in global smartphone output as demand and China economy slow
200 million resumes of Chinese jobseekers leaked, cybersecurity researcher says
China faces tidal wave of exits by ageing tycoons. Their succession plans will shape China’s future

Succession might seem like a no-brainer for Chinese family empires. But many adult children – wanting to prove themselves in their own ventures – are reluctant to take over.

11 Jan 2019 - 11:06AM
China faces tidal wave of exits by ageing tycoons. Their succession plans will shape China’s future

Succession might seem like a no-brainer for Chinese family empires. But many adult children – wanting to prove themselves in their own ventures – are reluctant to take over.

China’s science and tech minister calls on private enterprises to develop ‘core technologies’
Cooler than marijuana? Hong Kong’s iconic Vitasoy drinks brand is on a high thanks to Chinese memes

The 78-year-old Hong Kong drink maker has suddenly found itself one of the hottest brands among Chinese youth.

2 Jan 2019 - 8:57AM
Cooler than marijuana? Hong Kong’s iconic Vitasoy drinks brand is on a high thanks to Chinese memes

The 78-year-old Hong Kong drink maker has suddenly found itself one of the hottest brands among Chinese youth.

Lipsticks with a cultural twist help Beijing’s Forbidden City woo young Chinese consumers

Online buyers snapped up more than 100,000 lipsticks developed by the Palace Museum within four days of their launch earlier this month

27 Dec 2018 - 11:53AM
Lipsticks with a cultural twist help Beijing’s Forbidden City woo young Chinese consumers

Online buyers snapped up more than 100,000 lipsticks developed by the Palace Museum within four days of their launch earlier this month

Hong Kong IPOs to raise HK$100 billion less in 2019, says KPMG
Dolce & Gabbana’s brand image takes a hammering from Chinese consumers: YouGov survey
  • Dolce & Gabbana’s overall brand health score was negative among Chinese consumers in about a week after its Shanghai fashion show was cancelled, according to YouGov.
6 Dec 2018 - 10:39PM
Dolce & Gabbana’s brand image takes a hammering from Chinese consumers: YouGov survey
  • Dolce & Gabbana’s overall brand health score was negative among Chinese consumers in about a week after its Shanghai fashion show was cancelled, according to YouGov.
Dolce & Gabbana’s China faux pas shows global brands must tread gently on local sensitivities

The destruction of D&G’s brand value in China is a lesson for foreign firms on marketing missteps, the power of social media, and crisis response in China.

1 Dec 2018 - 8:38AM
Dolce & Gabbana’s China faux pas shows global brands must tread gently on local sensitivities

The destruction of D&G’s brand value in China is a lesson for foreign firms on marketing missteps, the power of social media, and crisis response in China.

Who are the investors supporting He Jiankui, the Chinese scientist behind the gene-edited babies?

Chinese and international venture capital firms have invested at least 298 million yuan in two of He Jiankui’s biotech start-ups.

29 Nov 2018 - 10:24PM
Who are the investors supporting He Jiankui, the Chinese scientist behind the gene-edited babies?

Chinese and international venture capital firms have invested at least 298 million yuan in two of He Jiankui’s biotech start-ups.

China’s property barons fulfilled ordinary families’ dreams – and became fabulously wealthy

Wang Jianlin has proven to be one of the property sector’s biggest experimenters, shifting to commercial real estate to find his money tree.

26 Nov 2018 - 7:10PM
China’s property barons fulfilled ordinary families’ dreams – and became fabulously wealthy

Wang Jianlin has proven to be one of the property sector’s biggest experimenters, shifting to commercial real estate to find his money tree.

Alibaba-backed Babytree chops Hong Kong IPO by 70 per cent amid glut of new offerings and depressed stock market

Babytree said it plans to raise as much as US$282 million from the offering, down from its initial target of US$1 billion

17 Nov 2018 - 5:25AM
Alibaba-backed Babytree chops Hong Kong IPO by 70 per cent amid glut of new offerings and depressed stock market

Babytree said it plans to raise as much as US$282 million from the offering, down from its initial target of US$1 billion

Apple suppliers recover in Hong Kong after initial pounding on iPhone sales slowdown worries

The Hong Kong-listed suppliers of Apple recovered in afternoon trading on Tuesday, following a drop in morning trading.

13 Nov 2018 - 10:39PM
Apple suppliers recover in Hong Kong after initial pounding on iPhone sales slowdown worries

The Hong Kong-listed suppliers of Apple recovered in afternoon trading on Tuesday, following a drop in morning trading.

Why mainland Chinese children are starting to turn their backs on the family business

Study by PwC finds 58 per cent of the second generation are helping run the family business, down from 71 per cent in 2016

20 Nov 2018 - 3:17PM
Why mainland Chinese children are starting to turn their backs on the family business

Study by PwC finds 58 per cent of the second generation are helping run the family business, down from 71 per cent in 2016

Hong Kong developers to build larger flats as tiny homes lose appeal amid increasing public housing supply

Hong Kong’s nano flat trend may be on the wane as developers shift focus back to larger unit sizes, experts say

31 Oct 2018 - 5:37PM
Hong Kong developers to build larger flats as tiny homes lose appeal amid increasing public housing supply

Hong Kong’s nano flat trend may be on the wane as developers shift focus back to larger unit sizes, experts say

Surge in Hongkongers walking away from new-home deposits as confidence wanes

Thirty-six cases of homebuyers forfeiting deposits paid to developers so far this year, compared to only nine in 2017

31 Oct 2018 - 4:46PM
Surge in Hongkongers walking away from new-home deposits as confidence wanes

Thirty-six cases of homebuyers forfeiting deposits paid to developers so far this year, compared to only nine in 2017

Hong Kong stocks close at new 18-month low as they fall for a fifth straight week
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