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The World’s Top Chinese Art Collectors: What (and Why) They Really Buy

While many Chinese art buyers often see art solely as an investment, an elite group of power collec...
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China’s Soul-Searching Wealthy Pay a Premium for ‘Brand Tibet’

Surging interest in Tibetan Buddhism and a romanticized image of life in the mountainous region have...
Art collection is becoming increasingly popular with China's rich as they search for unique and meaningful ways to spend their money. (Christie's)

9 Out Of Top 10 Buyers Hail From Asia At Christie’s Second-Highest Hong Kong Sale

Investment-minded Chinese buyers played a big role in driving up sales at the auction house's 20th c...
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Christie’s Courts Wealthy Mainland Collectors With Year Of The Horse China Exhibit

The auction giant celebrates the establishment of its Shanghai center with a planned exhibition to h...
Claims of rampant fake wine in China are overblown, according to an expert from Christie's. (Christie's)

Christie’s Wine Expert: Fake Wine In China An ‘Urban Myth’

"There are not many real clever fakes," asserts the head of Greater China wine sales for Christie’...
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Why Blue-Chip Chinese Contemporary Art Is A ‘Bargain’ (For Now)

Prices of top works in Christie's upcoming Hong Kong Asian contemporary art sale lag behind those of...
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