The rise of E-commerce across the world is inevitable but also uneven. In spite of the incredible E-commerce growth in China, most emerging markets and developing economies and many developed economies are far from experiencing significant benefits from E-commerce due to knowledge gap and availability of workforce with expertise of conducting online business. The best approach to filling the gap is to train workforce in skill sets of E-commerce. China’s E-commerce lessons are of significant value for the rest of the world. China’s E-commerce experience, characteristic of low investment and high growth, can be first learned and then adopted with contextualisation if necessary in different economies across the world. Similar to its economic and social values in China, E-commerce can simply save consumers’ spending and incubate start-ups in these economies. More importantly, it creates a huge number of diversified and flexible jobs from upstream to downstream partners of e-entrepreneurs to prevent unemployment.