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Interview: Chengdu’s Connoisseurs Bring Sichuan Spice To China’s Wine Market

The new head sommelier at St. Regis Chengdu talks to Jing Daily about how China's diverse regional cuisines are shaping local tastes in wine.

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3 Ways Luxury Brands Can Engage Chinese Consumers For The Year Of The Sheep

With Chinese New Year just around the corner, many luxury brands are rolling out special products and promotions for this important travel and shopping holiday period.

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Signature Wine Club was created in response to Chinese demand for education about lesser-known labels. (Courtesy Photo)

Interview: China’s First Independent Wine Subscription Club Taps Into Drinkers’ Taste For Adventure

Jing Daily talks to the founder of Signature Wine Club about what's going to be filling Chinese connoisseurs’ glasses in 2015.

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Japan saw a Chinese tourist rebound in 2014 as shoppers flooded into Tokyo, pictured above, to take advantage of a weak yen. (Shutterstock)

Asia’s Chinese Tourism Winners For 2014: South Korea And Japan

As many Southeast Asian countries saw slumping Chinese visitor numbers due to political strife, China's travel boom benefited several East Asian destinations in 2014.

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Dalian Wanda Heats Up China’s Online Payment Race

China's online payment market just got more competitive with a new investment by China's top commercial developer.

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In a photo making the rounds on Weibo, a store window display stands empty at a Cartier store in Russia that was cleared out as Chinese daigou agents take advantage of cheap luxury prices.

Will Daigou Die In 2015?

Russia's troubled ruble shows that the practice of selling luxury goods purchased abroad to avoid tariffs is alive and well in China, but sellers may have some competition in the year ahead.

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