According to the second annual Chinese International Travel Monitor released by Hotels.com, China has now overtaken the US and Germany to become the world’s biggest travel spenders.
A man was found to have illegally built a two-story villa with a garden and landscape features on the rooftop of a high-rise apartment building in Beijing, raising safety concerns in the area.
Nike has unveiled its full lineup of Zoom Hyperflights paying homage to China’s three largest cities: Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
This summer luxury hotel brand Shangri-La will open the doors to its latest property, erected in the birthplace of Chinese philosopher Confucius.
The number of golf courses in China reached 500 in 2010 and is expected to double by 2020, according to a China Golf Industry Report from 2011.
One of China’s rarest stamps sold for HK$6.9 million ($890,000) at auction in Hong Kong, the auctioneers said Wednesday.
Swiss watch brand Blancpain has opened its largest boutique in the world in Shanghai. Located in Xintiandi, the 600-square-meter store is the brand’s third in Shanghai and eighth in China.
China may start levying taxes on an increasing number of luxury goods as part of the country’s efforts to push forward economic reform.
The popular Chinese holiday destination of Sanya, on the island of Hainan in the South China Sea, is set to boast the world’s largest duty free complex.
Maserati owner in China has hired a gang of sledgehammer-wielding men to help destroy his Maserati Quattroporte, in protest over poor service from his dealer.
General Motors will build a $1.3 billion Cadillac plant in Shanghai, as it seeks more luxury sales in the world’s biggest car market.
YSL cosmetics owner L’Oréal Luxe is pushing ahead with expansions plan to meet the booming demand for luxury skin care in China.
Rolls-Royce opened its largest dealership in the world this week, spanning 12,916 square feet, located in Shenyang, China.
Mercedes has confirmed that it will be taking the wraps off its latest premium SUV concept, the GLA, at Auto Shanghai.
Christie’s has become the first international fine art auction house to receive a licence to operate independently in mainland China.
French luxury brand Christian Dior is set to re-stage its Spring 2013 haute couture show for buyers and press in Shanghai, China on March 30.
Vera Wang called off the fitting fee policy at her Shanghai store, less than two months after it was established at the newly opened store.
Bridal gown designer Vera Wang recently opened her first Chinese boutique, and brides are being charged to even try on the gowns.
A Chinese bowl that a New York family picked up for $3 at a garage sale turned out to be a 1,000-year-old treasure and has sold at auction for $2.2 million.
China’s Spring Airlines Co., the nation’s biggest privately-owned carrier, is planning to start selling cars onboard its aircraft.