Shoppers in Tokyo's Ginza district, which saw an upsurge in duty-free sales over Chinese New Year. (Shutterstock)

5 Million Outbound Chinese Tourists Give Asian Retailers Happy New Year

China's rapidly growing number of outbound Chinese New Year tourists got into the holiday shopping s...
Shoppers in Hong Kong's Kowloon district. (Shutterstock)

Should Luxury Retailers Give up on Hong Kong?

After a rough 2014, Hong Kong's luxury retailers face more struggles in the Year of the Sheep as ant...
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Celebrate Chinese New Year in Style: Jing Daily’s Year of the Sheep Luxury Gift Guide

Whether they feature the sheep, goat, or ram, luxury items created especially for Chinese New Year a...
The Chinese New Year feast at Hakkasan in London. (Courtesy Photo)

To Engage Chinese Consumers, Go for the Gut

As affluent Chinese travelers increasingly head abroad for the Lunar New Year, high-end Chinese rest...
Diane von Furstenberg's Chinese New Year clutch for the Year of the Ram, which is available at Bloomingdale's as a part of the store's holiday promotions. (Courtesy Photo)

Chinese New Year Isn’t Just About China For The Luxury Industry

As Chinese consumers head abroad in record numbers and buy most of their luxury items outside the ma...
Burberry's special-edition scarf for Chinese New Year.

How Luxury Can Get Special China Items Right

International luxury brands should take both Chinese culture and their own heritage into account whe...
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