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China’s Wealthiest Travelers Opt for All-Inclusive Luxury Trips

With a growing interest in experiential luxury, wealthy Chinese travelers are carving out a big budget for accommodations on their trips abroad.

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Danish Design Star Johannes Torpe Weighs in on China’s Creative Culture

The creative director for Bang & Olufsen and head of Johannes Torpe Studios splits his time between Copenhagen, Italy, and China as he pursues a wide range of luxury projects.

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Chinese Millennial Tourists Shake up Travel Industry with Adventure-Driven Attitude

While their parents are sticking with tour groups, independent young Chinese travelers are changing the face of outbound travel from China.

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China’s Trademark Turnaround Offers Hope for Brands Fighting ‘Squatters’

A new Chinese court ruling in favor of fashion label Michael Bastian marks the first time a foreign brand has ever won against a "trademark squatter" in China.

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Alibaba Continues Premium Push for Tmall with Mei.com Investment

Tmall's attempts to sign on international luxury brands have met with limited success, but a new Mei.com investment by Alibaba may be its ticket to featuring more high-end labels.

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Thailand’s Serene Krabi Aims for Upscale Chinese Travelers

More direct flights from China to Thailand's picturesque Krabi province are making the area a luxury travel hotspot for Chinese tourists.

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