China's 1st Bilingual English/Chinese Language Online Store
08 Nov 2017
With just over half a million foreigners in China, about 0.05% of the population, it's no surprise that online shopping sites have made practically zero effort in catering their services to non-Chinese speakers. This, unfortunately, means that many expats here go without achieving some of the massive cost savings that most Chinese do when shopping online. Lucky, just before the biggest shopping day in the world, a new online shop has launched in China, bringing deals of up to 55% off to shoppers in both English and Chinese.
MicroMart was founded in 2017 by Mr. VK. He has over 18 years of experience in online platforms and wanted to do something for both Expats and Locals living in China. He started MicroMart, not only as an online store, but also built in a type of multi-level network marketing system that allows shoppers to be rewarded the more they share about the store.
Mr. VK says "MicroMart sells only original licensed goods from various categories of products; such as Global food, Alcohol, latest trending gadgets, Baby products, Kitchen/Home appliances, etc. All all very low and competitive prices."
HOW TO SHOP AT MICROMART?
Shopping at MicroMart is very simple. Check out this short video walking you through the process.
If you don’t have WeChat Pay yet, you can still use their web version www.micromart.cn that supports union pay!
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