When conducting user lifestyle studies, Chinese parents normally have a standard answer when describing their weekend activities: taking their child to the shopping mall for a day of learning and entertainment. Let’s explore the offerings in shopping malls and why they are preferred by the Chinese parents and children.
In the previous remote visit, we talked about the living room and balcony, as well as the kitchen and dining room in Chinese homes. The kitchen and dining room in China look different compared to Western ones, while the living room can look quite similar.
One of our customized research methods is EthnObserve® which is an in-home visit/interview together with a videographer. Have you ever seen a typical Chinese home? In the next few weeks, we will take you on a remote tour through Chinese private homes.
When we recruit participants for focus groups, our clients sometimes asked for a certain criterion within each group: A good mix of ages. Sometimes, this will negatively impact the group dynamic in Asian countries.
A blind box is a box with opaque packaging, hiding the product inside. The idea of blind boxes is highly welcomed by GenZ as overconsumption and materialism don’t satisfy them anymore and they start to seek for emotional stimulation and excitement.