icorn” was first used by venture capitalist Aileen Lee six years ago to describe a privately held startups valued at $1 billio
n or more, the number of companies matching this label has mushroomed to 326, according to a report.
The United States is home to 156 unicorns, nearly half of the world’s total, followed by China with 94 unicorns, Jeff Desj
ardins, editor-in-chief of media site Visual Capitalist, said in a report called Visualizing the Unicorn Landscape in 2019.
The total valuation of the 326 unicorns has been raised to $1.1 trillio
n by investors, of which almost 30 percent is made up by the top seven unicorns with hig
hest valuation, including Bytedance, Uber, Didi Chuxing and WeWork, the report citing data from CB Insights said.
and hada from Tibet autonomous region, shawls from Kashmir, hangs of cloisonnéenam
el from Beijing, Yengisar dagger from Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, and a CD of exotic music.
“My favorite souvenirs are unique and distinctive objects. Stereotyped souvenirs at diffe
rent destinations will fail to attract visitors and even dampen the impression of a special attraction,” said Shi.
Zhou Weihong, deputy general manager of Spring Tour, a part of the Shanghai-based Spring Group, sai
d the cultural and geographical values of local souvenirs are neglected in many cases, adding that the expe
rience of overseas travel-related products can be a benchmark for Chinese souvenirs.
“In Japan, tourism souvenirs have a strong geographic characteris
tic, and they are made at a particular place, and can be bought only there, nowhere else. In