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    Welcome to Jing Daily‘s China Luxury Brief: the day’s top news on the business of luxury and culture in China, all in one place.
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    Welcome to Jing Daily‘s China Luxury Brief: the day’s top news on the business of luxury and culture in China, all in one place. Look below for the top stories for October 4, 2013.#

    A Poly Auction exhibition in Hong Kong. (Wikimedia Commons)

    — BUSINESS & FINANCE —#

    The Chinese government issues a ridiculously patronizing guide on how to behave better as tourists.#

    Some of the rules include: "don’t pick your nose, pick your teeth, cough, or sneeze in front of other people." (China Real Time)

    Credit Suisse looks at China's luxury slowdown.#

    "For two months in mid-2013 the Swiss investment bank interviewed 22 high-end retailers and distributors in greater China to learn that luxury demand had slowed through August." (The Street)

    China's top auction houses duel in Hong Kong.#

    Poly Auction and China Guardian hold their sales this weekend, but they're also going up against Sotheby's. (China Real Time)

    Take an interactive tour of Hong Kong's prime shopping districts,#

    and see the areas with the most massive rent price surges. (China Real Time)

    — FASHION —#

    Chinese tourists in Korea hooked on watches and jewelry during Golden Week.#

    That's a story probably repeated in all the top locations for Chinese visitors. (Business Korea)

    — LIFESTYLE —#

    What should Chinese luxury brands do to compete with major foreign labels?#

    Getting rid of the "fake China" stigma is a start. (Global Sources)

    Shanghai has an American-Chinese food-style restaurant now.#

    And the owner claims Chinese customers like it. (China Real Time)

    — TECH —#

    "'Bourgeoise' iPhone rules", claims China#

    Daily.#

    The publication's headlines, on the other hand, clearly do not. (China Daily)

    How Twitter's IPO affects Sina Weibo.#

    Just because it's banned in China doesn't mean Sina investors aren't watching it closely. (Tech in Asia)

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