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.
Jaguar has announced football icon David Beckham will be joining the British manufacturer as a brand ambassador for China.
Now in their second year, the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards are a regional version of the longstanding World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards.
Shanghai Tang’s Spring 2014 ad campaign has been released and it features Bonnie Chen and Zhao Lei photographed by Richard Bernardin.
China has surpassed France and Italy to become the biggest consumer of red wine in the world.
Electric carmaker Tesla Motors said its flagship vehicle will have the same pre-tax price in China as in the US.
Tourists from around the world seem to be increasingly demanding when it comes to what they expect from their hotel.
What are the favorite gifts of China’s rich, and where do they like to vacation?
Australia has become the international luxury destination of choice for wealthy Chinese tourists, according to a recent report.
Burberry is getting ready for the Lunar New Year on Friday, January 31, with a new capsule collection.
Giorgio Armani’s interior design studio Armani / Casa has announced plans to work on its first Chinese luxury residential project in the city of Chengdu.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been declared the 2014 China Car of the Year.
A US consortium that includes famed actor Robert De Niro plans to develop a huge property project in a historic area of China’s commercial hub Shanghai.
After shuttering its first and only China store 15 years ago, the French high-end department store operator Galeries Lafayette has made a strong comeback by opening a new store in Beijing on Friday.
The international hotel and resort group has announced plans for a new high-end hotel in Shenzhen. The luxury accommodations will open to the public in 2017 within a 400-meter skyscraper.