“Grapes planted in the wrong place by the wrong people can produce only the wrong type of wine with the wrong taste,” warns one Chinese wine expert.

Experts: Vineyards In Panda Habitats Won’t Make Great Wine

As controversy is sparked over plans to develop vineyards in Sichuan and Shaanxi, experts say that w...
The Continental GT Design China edition, developed specifically for the China market last year

Bentley First Ultra-Luxury Automaker To Debut In Xi’an

Having recently opened its first dealership in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, last week Bentley opened ...
China’s Terracotta Warriors Set For Singapore Debut

China’s Terracotta Warriors Set For Singapore Debut

Taking place at the Asian Civilisations Museum from June 24 to October 16, "The First Emperor and Hi...
Xi'an's Zhongda International Shopping Mall

Second-Tier Spotlight: Xi’an’s Young Luxury Consumers

It might not be as cosmopolitan as Shanghai or as culturally relevant as Beijing, but Xi'an, capital...
Zhao Wuji tops Hurun's Art List for the second consecutive year

Painter Zao Wou-Ki Tops Hurun’s Art List For Second Consecutive Year

The Hurun Report released their 2011 Art List this week, ranking China's living artists by the total...
Qin Shihuang's terracotta army is one of the most recognizable Chinese archeological finds (Image: Creative Commons-licensed photo by Flickr user Kevin Poh)

China’s Terracotta Warriors Storm Sydney

Considering they're 2,000 years old, the terracotta warriors of the tomb of China's first emperor, Q...