Friday, 30 April 2021 11:14

Does hedonism and fun equate to top quality?

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Seems the Labor Day holiday in China is bringing out the nutzos in "full" (much like the full moon in the UK, I thought, hehe, has brought Glyn out from his hiberation for the past week).

Behold this one!

I haven't been able to book a hotel I want for the 5-day May 1st national holidays in China. Everything has been booked since late March

As I predicted tourism in China is roaring after it was suppressed over covid fears during Chinese New Year - restaurants, planes, hotels, bars, luxury shopping will all do well. Investors should look at Hyatt Hotels Corporation Trip.com China Duty Free Group Haidilao

After the devastation of the Spanish Flu & WW1, the Roaring 20s stormed the world. China has witnessed the same sort of hedonism - GenZ from Beijing flew to Shanghai last year when nightclubs were still shut in the Capital. Maotai & Wuliangye alcohol sales are up & patriotic Red Tourism is soaring

I'm off to Tibet soon if govt approvals come through!

If you're a western brand & are not investing heavily in China regardless of troubles in your home market, it'll be too late to catch up

You might go out of business

Chinese brands are grabbing market share. The Made in China label used to mean cheap, bad quality but not to Chinese GenZs who equate Chinese brands w patriotic pride

Adidas can be replaced by Li Ning

L'Oreal can be replaced by Perfect Diary

Starbucks can be replaced by HeyTea

Toyota can be replaced by NIO

Think hedonism & fun

Me yesterday in Shanghai

I won't mention the guy here, but he's got a "suited" picture of himself, and he's smiling in such a fake manner that I can almost feel the "CCP hand" behind his you know where, cackling away.

It's sad...

But lets break this down!

After the devastation of the Spanish Flu & WW1, the Roaring 20s stormed the world. China has witnessed the same sort of hedonism - GenZ from Beijing flew to Shanghai last year when nightclubs were still shut in the Capital. Maotai & Wuliangye alcohol sales are up & patriotic Red Tourism is soaring

MaoTai and the other brand he mentioned are the "working mans" liqor in China. "nuff said. Panic-demic or not, their sales NEVER DROP. Hehe.

Neither does "Snow beer" sales ever drop, despite it being one of the crappy lagers out there. (I love Tsingtao though, and Snow "draft").

Patriotic red tourism?

Jingoism, more like, and even the most patriotic of Chinese has an Iphone, for one . . .

(and they'll tell you that despite the brands mentioned above, they truly want NIke and H&M, except they can't come out and say it).

Then this wacko calls it the "Spanish flu".

which is fin. That is what it was.

Of course, if you call it the plague from China ?

You can well imagine!

Investors should look at Hyatt Hotels Corporation Trip.com China Duty Free Group Haidilao

Righto!

Cheap bookings, discounted rooms galore ... and pent up demand which won't last.

I'm off to Tibet soon if govt approvals come through!

That says it all. If!

If you're a western brand & are not investing heavily in China regardless of troubles in your home market, it'll be too late to catch up

You might go out of business

Chinese brands are grabbing market share. The Made in China label used to mean cheap, bad quality but not to Chinese GenZs who equate Chinese brands w patriotic pride

Adidas can be replaced by Li Ning

L'Oreal can be replaced by Perfect Diary

Starbucks can be replaced by HeyTea

Toyota can be replaced by NIO

Think hedonism & fun

Me yesterday in Shanghai

And this, to me sums up the China tom tomming idiocy up big time.

Since when did hedonism and fun  - and really, grabbing a few drinks is hedonism? This is probably another one of those guys cucked by his Chinese wife or girlfriend or owner or whatever while she cavorts around and he's, well, stuck posting on PInked-Out ...

As for Made in China?

We've been over that many a times, I doubt there is any need to go over it anymore.

Let's just say the Chinese themsleves are the people that have made iPhone, for one, a brand NOT making any real profit nowadays in the US of A popular ... enough said.

You can replace it, maybe.

But you ain't getting the quality, bro.

I shoud have asked him that.

But I didnt.

And I'm happy to be a business that loses business for saying it like it is.

Really, the insanity of it all.

Anyway, I haven't seen sales hurt at all by my recent posts or anything. If anything, all is going very well.

So much for the panicdemic!

Anyway, last note -

1. Remember the discounts we have going on NOW. They will not last into next month, so grab while you can - a few hours remaining. I just grabbed a domain, so you might want to get that end of the month shopping done too!

And two, well, we've got ONE copy remaining for Fast and Furious Fitness.

If you hurry, you might just be the "last" one to get it!

(and if you need it autographed, let me know.

The "Untouchable Fitness Expert" as the Bozo says is happy to do it, hehe).

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee