By Beth Main
Jiepang (街旁), China’s answer to Foursquare, has produced this nifty infographic of all the check-in statistics for 2012 and it proves to be interesting and occasionally comical reading.
The weirdest check in was at the Mayan Ruins of Tulum. Coffee shops were the most common check in establishment except in Guangzhou where they prefer Canton Cuisine. IKEA Shanghai was the location of most pictures (probably of people sleeping or reading books on furniture that’s not actually theirs yet).
But the future doesn’t look bright for Jiepang amongst strong competition from WeChat, and Foursquare, both of which are popular on the mainland. Desperate forays into e-shopping were a bit lame and there are so many wannabe products all serving the same consumer market.
Via: Tech in Asia.