must know Chinese companies

Recently, China surpassed Japan as the world’s 2nd largest economy.

A couple months ago I had a discussion with a classmate about our adjustments to living in Beijing. One of the biggest adjustments that seem so simple and natural in our respective home countries is the idea of brands. We know who to trust, what to expect from quality and service, and where to go to look for specific needs. Something that is seemingly obvious in our daily activities has been turned upside down upon our arrival to China. This is certainly all apart of traveling and exploring a new place. But learning all this information is an overload and can be difficult. One thing that I have noticed is for water: of the plethora of choices, locals prefer Nongfu Spring.

Seeing the Business Insider article about 19 Chinese consumer brands was definitely one place to start! Of the better known names are China Mobile, Tsingtao, and Baidu. And a few of the lesser known: Tingyi Packaged Noodles, Want Want food, and Bailian women’s lingerie. I’ll have to start following up on these and understanding their range or products when I’m back in Beijing.

之个月前我和同学谈谈对我们中国的生活怎么样。我们在自己国家的时候知道每个品牌的质量或者应该去什么商店买要东西。但在中国的时候什么都不知道。但这是在旅行,关于每个新地方要学资料。我在北京的时候农夫山泉是中国人最喜欢的水牌子。看到这个文章我能开始听多只个中国品牌。我以前听过百度和青岛但差不多所有的品牌都没听过。

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