Challenge: One day without international brands in China

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What’s life would be like without international brands in China for one full day? CGTN vlogger Jessica Zang took up the challenge of spending a day in Shanghai without using any international brand products while using make-up, taking coffee break, touring around the food and agriculture products exhibition halls at the CIIE, and buying essential products at a local supermarket, among other regular activities. She also checked where local residents usually buy imported products from. How has the people’s consumption of imported goods in the metropolis changed over the past five years? Do people prefer Chinese or imported brands?

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