Ultimate Guide to WeChat: Everything You Need to Know

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WeChat Online:
The Definitive Guide

WeChat is a multi-purpose Chinese App – the world’s largest standalone app or more aptly described as an ecosystem. You can download it on your phone.

Called Weixin in Chinese, it was launched in 2011 by a Chinese company called Tencent, one of China’s most valuable companies. It has become the single largest Chinese communications platform (only exceeded by western apps FaceBook, WhatsApp and YouTube which are all banned in China), and the world’s biggest marketplace.

It combines so many applications that Chinese people use it almost exclusively for all their communication and purchasing activities. WeChat keeps reinventing itself and adding features to make life both easier, more interesting and fun. The app is attractive to western businesses too as their target Chinese audience can be found there and marketed to.

Want to learn more about WeChat: contact our Marketing Team – info@chincommunications.com.au or download our WeChat Guide below.


With over 30 years of experience you know you’re in safe hands

We believe that our language solutions should be made to fit your needs. Every language project is unique. Whether you need to:

  • Translate your materials,
  • Interpret for a meeting, or
  • Market a service or product.

That is why we place a high priority on understanding your goals and your desired outcome. These can include knowing your audience, the languages needed, your budget, and the deadline. We do all this before we translate or copywrite the first word.

Working with us is easy as 1, 2, 3.

Step 1

First, talk to our local Australian team on
1300 792 446.

Step 2

Send us your documents or brief, and we'll prepare a quote.

Step 3

We'll keep in touch with you throughout the work and deliver by your deadline.


Services that enable you to communicate across languages and cultures​

For more than 30 years, we have been the gold standard for translation, interpreting, and Chinese marketing. We have you covered whether you need to speak in another language, prepare written translations, or want to market to Chinese people in a way that is respectful of their culture.


Got a question? We’d love to hear from you


Level 4, 221 Queen Street, Melbourne 3000
GPO Box 2231, Melbourne 3001

P. 1300 792 446
F. 03 9670 0766


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