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Young Chinese use Xiaohongshu to share their sporting lifestyles

In a guest article for SportBusiness, Denis Green, global head of communications for the Mailman digital agency, speaks to Li Shen, head of sports content operations at Xiaohongshu. The growing social media 'lifestyle' app is popular among young and female Chinese audiences and has ambitions to be a bigger platform for sports content

A mobile phone shows the app interface of Xiaohongshu. (Photo credit Costfoto/Barcroft Media via Getty Images)

In a guest article for SportBusiness, Denis Green, global head of communications for the Mailman digital agency, speaks to Li Shen, head of sports content operations at Xiaohongshu. The growing social media 'lifestyle' app is popular among young and female Chinese audiences and has ambitions to be a bigger platform for sports content

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