Asia Pacific’s most prestigious awards programme joins China’s leading social media app to ensure our Chinese audience stay on top of the latest news
As we celebrate 8 years of recognising exceptional builders, designers, and projects across Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards programme is delighted to inform our Chinese audience that we are now on WeChat, China’s leading messenger and social media platform with over 1.225 billion active users monthly.
Following the Chinese language feature update on select pages of the ProperyGuru Asia Property Awards website, we vow to deliver the latest real estate news, trends, and updates, as well as Awards announcements in your local language on our official PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards WeChat account.
Through this new platform, we hope to further reach out to our Chinese audience and strengthen our bond with one of the biggest real estate markets in the world.
For more information, visit asiapropertyawards.com
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