BEIJING (PingWest) — Baidu search big data shows that the word 'street vendor tips' hit a 10 year high after Chinese Premier Li Keqiang encouraged for the return of street stall economy as part of efforts to stimulate China's coronavirus-addled economy .
Searches related to “street vendor tips” surged 655% over the past 7 days. Top 5 searches related to the content in the past 30 days are "What street stalls should young people open," "What products attract female customers," "Make a fortune from a street stall," "Street stall vs. office work," and "Successful street vendors teach tricks of the trade."
53% searchers are the generation born between 1990 to 2000, followed by the generation born in the 1980s with a proportion of 33%. The young generation born after 2000 only accounted for 6%.
Top 10 cities where residents are interested in the new trending are Chengdu, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Beijing, Hangzhou, Wuhan, Chongqing, Changsha, Xi'an, and Zhengzhou.
Top trending searches for popular street stall products are toys, snacks, jewery, hair ties, night markets, earrings, toilet paper, hair bands, and more.
Top searches for content related to “street stall business model” in the past 30 days include "Wholesale for 3 for 10 RMB offer," and "Sales from the car trunk", and "How do you get street stall supplies? "