A 600-year-old Tibetan silk tapestry has set a world record for Chinese art after it was sold for $45 million at a Christie’s auction in Hong Kong.
The new W Beijing Chang’an has opened its doors, marking the 45th W Hotel worldwide and the second in mainland China after the W Guangzhou.
Christie’s is consolidating its ties with China by opening a grand new home at the Ampire Building, located on Shanghai’s waterfront area, The Bund.
Bulgari Hotels are set to launch a new luxury hotel in 2017, located in Beijing’s upmarket Embassy District and overlooking the Liangma River.
Chinese internet giant Baidu has unveiled a pair of ‘smart chopsticks’ that can detect contaminants in food and report back to smartphone apps.
Infiniti has unveiled a long-wheelbase version of its Q50 saloon aimed exclusively at the Chinese market.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is to open its first golf resort in China, which will open in 2015 in Hainan Island.
Global yacht-builders adapt to the new market in China, hoping to cash in as the country’s multimillionaires look for new ways to spend their wealth.
Burberry has teamed up with WeChat, Weixin in Chinese, to offer an immersive fashion experience for fans.
Shanghai Film Corporation has struck a deal to install a further 19 IMAX screens in its theaters throughout China.
BMW said Wednesday it will increase the number of models it builds in China from three to six in the coming years to meet growing demand.
Burberry has opened a new flagship store in Shanghai, its largest in China so far and the first to feature the Burberry Beauty room concept.
Land Rover has unveiled at this year’s Beijing Motor Show the Range Rover Hybrid Long Wheelbase.
The Rolls-Royce Pinnacle Travel Phantom is designed to celebrate the Chinese love of travel and the success of the Bespoke program in China.
Car-maker Ford is set to debut its premium brand, Lincoln, in seven Chinese cities later this year.
Citroen is unveiling its first DS-branded premium SUV at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, called the DS 6WR.
The first Disneyland theme park resort in mainland China is to set to get an adjacent luxury shopping compound.
BMW celebrates the Chinese year of the Horse with a special edition 7-series luxury executive sedan.
This “chicken cup” sold for HK$281 million ($36.05 million) at a Sotheby’s auction today, setting a world record for Chinese porcelain.
According to a new report, Omega, Cartier and Rolex are in high demand among Chinese watch fans.