China now has the second-largest wine-growing area in the world after Spain, pushing France into third place.
McLaren has revealed its most affordable model yet at the Shanghai motor show in the form of the entry-level 540C.
A woman stunned staff at a car showroom in China by making a payment for a new BMW 730Li using 100,000 yuan in one-yuan banknotes.
Chinese tycoon Liu Yiqian splashed out nearly HK$114 million ($14.71 million) on an ancient vase at auction in Hong Kong Tuesday.
Rum maker Bacardi has created what’s being called the world’s first spirit distilled from green tea leaves.
The number of Chinese passengers who stepped aboard a cruise ship grew an impressive 79 percent per year between 2012 and 2014.
Starting April 8, French fashion house Chanel will cut sales prices on three of its prestigious handbags in China by 20%.
A Chinese construction company has claimed to have built a 59-storey skyscraper in just 19 days.
In honor of the Chinese New Year this Thursday, foodies around the world are planning Asian-themed dinner party menus for the weekend.
British car exports to China have increased five-fold since 2009, driven by a demand for luxury brands such as Rolls-Royce and Jaguar.
To mark the Chinese New Year, Johnnie Walker & Sons has released a limited edition series of bottles that fete the Year of the Ram.
Online retail spending in China will exceed a staggering $1 trillion by 2019, according to new research.
Combine a fish tank and a driverless car and what do you get? The WitStar, an autonomous electric vehicle from China’s GAC.
Pianist Lang Lang is the new spokesperson for watchmaker Hublot.
Fendi released this video to celebrate the opening of their latest Shanghai store, in the booming megalopolis’s Plaza66 shopping mall.
Sales of luxury goods in mainland China fell`1% to 115 billion yuan ($18.5 billion) in 2014 compared to a year earlier according to Bain & Company.
Land Rover plans to complain to Chinese officials about a close copy of its Evoque SUV that broke cover at the Guangzhou Motor Show in China last week,
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.