In addition to Lao Gan Ma, another “Made in China” is exported overseas

2022-07-28 0 By

China is not only the second largest economy in the world, but also known as the “factory of the world”. China’s manufacturing industry is far behind that of other countries, and “Made in China” has become the pride of the Chinese people.According to 2019 data, China’s manufacturing value-added in 2020 was 26.6 trillion yuan, accounting for nearly one third of the global share.At the same time, the development of China’s manufacturing industry has greatly promoted the development of China’s economy.With the fame of Made-in-China becoming bigger and bigger, more and more foreign friends like made-in-China products very much, so that many domestic products are also popular abroad.For example, small refrigerators, daily clothes, bicycles, and some food items are very hot in foreign countries.Domestic affordable goods, a successful transformation abroad, into the “high-end products”.Of all the products That China sells abroad, Lao Gan Ma is the most popular.It is reported that the unit price of a bottle of Laoganma hot sauce in China is only 10 yuan, but the price can be as high as 60 yuan abroad. Such a big price difference is enough to show the popularity of Laoganma abroad.Now, more products with the label “Made in China” are sold to other countries. After Lao Gan Ma, another Product made in China is very popular abroad. Foreign friends laugh and say “Such a good thing, why not get it out earlier”.”Ghost money” for Chinese people, is no more than familiar things.After all, in China’s ancient Civilization, ancestor worship has been a tradition for thousands of years and has long been part of Chinese culture.This custom is not only to show the missing and memory of loved ones, but also the living hope that the future journey can be blessed by the deceased.Since the spread of “ghost money” abroad, there has been a wave of “burning paper money”, the demand for “ghost money” is increasing.In the mouth of foreign friends, the English translation of the Chinese “ghost money” is “ancestor money”.On the one hand, foreign friends who are keen on burning paper money express their interest in China’s traditional culture of offering sacrifices to ancestors and want to have a deeper understanding of China’s traditional culture, so that for them, this relatively novel way of offering sacrifices has aroused their imitation.On the other hand, some people buy a lot of ghost money for collection. They think that the advantages of the large face value of ghost money can indirectly let them experience the life of “rich people” and realize the psychological level of “wealth freedom”.It is worth mentioning that “ghost money” is hot in foreign countries, many online celebrities have popularized the knowledge of ghost money for everyone through video or live broadcast, guiding people to use ghost money, this behavior indirectly spread The traditional Chinese culture, so that Chinese culture is known by more and more people.The consumer groups of “ghost money” abroad are not only foreigners, but also overseas Chinese.Globally, the number of overseas Chinese has exceeded 55 million, 70% of whom are concentrated in Southeast Asia.No matter the Chinese who have settled down overseas, or who have temporarily lived overseas for work or study, they have the blood of The Chinese people and some traditional customs inherent in China have also been retained in them. “Burning paper money” to pay tribute to ancestors is one of them.Under the influence of the custom of offering sacrifices to ancestors, they also have a great demand for such products as “ghost money”.It has to be said that “ghost money” has caused quite a stir abroad.In addition, such as paper airplanes, paper villas and other common paper products are also popular in foreign countries.The funeral industry is generally considered unlucky and shunned by many people.In fact, the funeral industry contains huge consumption potential, is also a profiteer industry, gross profit can reach 87%, and the most “profiteer” liquor industry is comparable.Chinese spend 45.4 percent of their average salary, or 37,375 yuan, on funerals, according to statistics released by the institute.Mibeizhuang in Hebei province of China is known as the global “funeral center”, occupying the vast majority of the market of China’s funeral industry.Among the online funeral businesses that can be counted, 40% are from Mibeizhuang, Hebei province, with more than 120 businesses.With the popularity of “ghost money” abroad, Mibeizhuang has successfully seized the selling point. This place alone has monopolized 90% of the global paper products market, with tens of thousands of employees and annual revenue of billions.However, the huge profits in the funeral industry also encourage a certain trend of keeping up with the Joneses, which makes it impossible for ordinary people to afford funerals.If the funeral industry wants to go deeper and farther, it can’t leave the change of itself and truly serve the people.Judging from the popularity of many commodities in foreign countries, it is not so much the popularity of products as the “culture” contained behind such products.The popularity of domestic products in foreign countries not only has unique significance for spreading Chinese culture, but also shows the strength of China.