• High-end Baijiu to Drive Chinese Alcohol Market Growth

    Hui Zhi  |  
    Prices for scarce bottles such as Flying Fairy Maotai have risen quickly in 2018. New brands are entering the market to take on the likes of Kweichow Maotai. Read More
  • Chinese and Indian Consumers Want Different Things From Luxury

    Foreign luxury brands played a large part filling the cultural vacuum left in China after Mao. In India, it’s domestic designers who are gathering fabulous riches. Read More
  • MUJI Chooses Shenzhen for its First Ever “Anti-Gorgeous” Hotel

    Jiani Ma  |  
    Why did the Japanese retailer choose the largest luxury market in the world for a hotel that’s neither cheap, nor opulent? Read More
  • Luxury Brands Underestimate WeChat’s Importance Offline

    From overseas Chinese New Year promotions to flash sales, brands are finding innovative ways to use WeChat to drive customers into stores—and there’s room for improvement. Read More
  • The 8 Most Powerful Beauty Bloggers in China

    Counting down the most influential beauty bloggers in China, people with names like Milky, Jelly, Mint and Big Devil. Read More
  • Chasing Luxury Market, JD.com Opens Chic Paris Office

    The move helps open the door for French luxury labels to reach hundreds of millions of Chinese consumers. It's a strategic move. Read More
  • Cartier China CEO Renaud Litré on Partnering With the Palace Museum and More

    At the Résonances de Cartier exhibition in Shanghai, Litré discusses how the brand is positioned to respond to changing notions of luxury and romance. Read More
  • How the Most Instagrammed Hotel in the World Ranks in China

    A selfie from the Marina Bay Sands Singapore’s infinity pool remains a top attraction for Chinese travelers, even as its casino has lost some of its allure. Read More
  • Inside King Power, Thailand’s Largest Duty-Free Chain

    Inside the biggest duty-free store in Bangkok, signs in Chinese implore shoppers not to go home with regrets, to buy 20 “must have” items, and to make purchases through Chinese e-commerce partners Tmall. Read More
  • Can SKP Beijing Rival Selfridges as World’s Top Department Store?

    Branding isn’t just for luxury brands—SKP Beijing is revamping its department store design game to make its space more memorable and draw in new crowds. Read More