In the first half of 2020, affected by the epidemic, overall cross-border e-commerce transactions have been greatly affected in terms of commodities and logistics. However, the changes in consumption patterns in major markets such as Europe and the United States and the implementation of a series of policies conducive to the development of cross-border e-commerce have also promoted the development of China’s cross-border e-commerce import and export. In the first half of 2020, China's imports and exports through the customs cross-border e-commerce management platform increased by 26.2%. It is expected that the scale of China's cross-border e-commerce transactions will reach 10.3 trillion yuan by the end of 2020. At present, young consumer groups’ consumption potential is constantly being tapped and released. As the data of iiMedia Research showed, for the young cross-border consumer groups interviewed, enthusiasm for new trends and trying new consumer experiences has become the main reason for their cross-border consumption. And nearly 60% of them value product quality the most. In the future, scenario-based cross-border e-commerce consumption that integrates social interaction, content marketing, and multiple channels will become a new trend that is more in line with the consumption needs and cultural values of young users.