The Average WeChat User From 2015 Official Data

Curious who the average WeChat user is and what their day looks like? We recently revealed new data giving an inside look at what the WeChat Lifestyle means for our users around the world.An average of 570 million users log in to WeChat each day (September 2015). Additionally WeChat’s daily active users (users who interact with another account) has grown by 64 percent in a single year. Whether it be to purchase goods, track exercise activity, catch up on news or stay connected to friends, users are utilizing WeChat for so much more than just messaging.


Asian Media Forum on 18 June 2015

On the night of 18 June 2015, Bananaworks together with NZAL have successfully held an Asian Media Forum in SKYCITY of Auckland.

Over 120 guests were introduced to 15 Asian media organisations present for this session.

This is the first time in New Zealand history to gather all Asian Media together to talk and communicate in one room and speak on one topic: "THE IMPORTANCE OF GREATER RECOGNITION OF ASIAN MEDIA IN NEW ZEALAND"



China’s Social Media Landscape in 2014 (INFOGRAPHIC)

For every leading social site or app in Silicon Valley and the West, China has a few – sometimes a dozen – comparable web services. It’s a sign of a strong local tech ecosystem married to a preference for China-made services – or, in several cases, they’re replacements for things that have been blocked by the Great Firewall. Either way, China’s social media landscape is a hard one to navigate. That’s why social business intelligence company CIC makes a helpful infographic each year showing the comparable Chinese apps to popular services like Instagram, Fancy, Match, Yelp, and WhatsApp.

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Bananaworks Became Key Sponsor for NZ Asian Leaders

NZ Asian Leaders launch was held on 4 November 2013 by former Governor-General Rt Hon Sir Anand Satyanand, Minister Judith Collins and the organisation’s Founder and Inaugural Chair Mai Chen. Bananaworks became the key sponsor for NZ Asian Leaders.


Chinese Social Media: in China It Is Not about Facebook

Recent research from Global Web Index into global social media usage revealed some interesting results. The first that Google+ is actually the second largest global media property by penetration on active users (you don’t need me to tell you that Facebook is the first). The second is that 6 out of the top 10 are Chinese Social Media sites.


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