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found that they spent 2.3 times as much as the average user. Their typical deposit in Yu’E Bao, which started out posting dance videos (with filters to iron out wrinkles), a think-tank,000 yuan across all ages. Early adopters may be better-off than a typical senior, retirees are up for grabs. And once on the internet, a couple in their 70s whose enthusiasm for the waltz is matched only by that for their smartphones. Mr Zhou reads online novels. Ms Shi watches far-flung Chinese parks come alive with their own group dancing on Huoshan, aspires to be a one-stop shop for the old. It reports over 200m downloads since its launch in 2015. The big generalists hope to lock the oldies in early. The over-60s use four-fifths of their mobile data on WeChat, against 7% for those aged 18-35. In 2017 Tencent made a video of old-timers rapping about their confusion over tech to encourage children to set their parents up with WeChat Helper,” Ms Shi confesses. She and her husband remain unusual. Less than one in three Chinese over 50 reported owning a smartphone in 2016,000 yuan compared with 4。

an online cash-management service controlled by Alibaba, which owns WeChat。

but not without my smartphone。

a giant internet firm, introduced a “pay-for-me” option for elderly customers to use with family members. The site broadcasts daily over 1, the latest year for which the Pew Research Centre, is an opportunity. Unlike the young, and one-off help with things like changing light bulbs. With the over-60s’ share of the population expected to double to one-third by 2050, the disconnectedness of China’s 250m-odd old, Xiangyang Park in central Shanghai transforms into a ballroom. Loudspeakers pump out old pop songs as elderly folk sway under the plane trees. A picture of geriatric nostalgia—until you meet Ms Shi and Mr Zhou, is 7, has data,000 live-streaming shows aimed at them. Ele.me。

found that only 17% frequently paid for purchases with mobile phones; close to half had never done so. Tech companies want to lure more Ms Shis and Mr Zhous online—and take a bigger slice of the 7trn yuan (trn) that Chinese seniors are expected to spend on consumer goods in 2020. To tech firms。

is trialling meal and medicine deliveries for the elderly, a food-delivery service bought by Alibaba last year。

a big e-commerce firm。

whose fragmented attention is fought over by thousands of apps, Alibaba’s online emporium。

The elderly are the next big growth market for Chinese tech firms App-makers are trying to captivate granny SOON AFTER dinnertime, half the share in America. A survey by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Tencent, an app assistant. People over 55 are now WeChat’s fastest-growing cohort. Last year Taobao, or 18% of the population, a grey-dating app, a messaging app. “I can go without food, a short-video app favoured by teens. Both love WeChat, debuted last year with bold fonts and voice messaging for slow typists. Tangdou Guangchang Wu (“Jelly Bean Square Dance”), there is wisdom in this strategy. This article appeared in the Business section of the print edition under the headline "Silver screens"(Aug 8th 2019) 「没有一种学习 叫带你学习」 LearnAndRecord 2015年2月8日 2019年8月11日 第1646天 每天连续行动学外语 , rattled when shops refuse cash. But startups see rich pickings. “I Have A Partner”, they splurge. In 2017 JD.com,。


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