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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.
    Lincoln: coming soon to China's showrooms.

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    ’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 November 13, 2013.#

    Lincoln: coming soon to China's showrooms.


    Fosun's success tied to diversified growth.#

    The future Club Med owner looks abroad for big profits. (China Daily)

    — FILM —#

    Chinese film and internet video companies sue Baidu in anti-piracy push.#

    They've finally figured out that China's ubiquitous DVD shops are no longer the top choice for accessing pirated movies. (The Hollywood Reporter)

    China Image Film Festival kicks off in London.#

    Londoners have the opportunity to watch 20 new Chinese films, which can be hard to come by outside China if they don't have a foreign distributor. (Xinhua)

    — CULTURE —#

    Zhejiang man gives lover 8.88m yuan in cash as engagement present.#

    Conspicuous displays of wealth clearly aren't dead yet. (SCMP)

    China Guardian hosts 20th anniversary retrospective.#

    The major Chinese auction house is hosting an exhibition at the National Museum of China to celebrate two decades in business (and a booming Chinese auction market). (ArtInfo)

    — FASHION —#

    Cashmere specialist Cucinelli's Greater China sales rise 16.7 percent.#

    Europe growth was also boosted by Chinese tourists shopping abroad, if you even had to wonder. (Reuters)

    — LIFESTYLE —#

    Enter the hipster: China's street style evolves.#

    China's youth are trendier than ever. (China Real Time)

    Will Shanghai luxury rides rival those from the United States?#

    "Lincoln, best known for cushy, plus-size vehicles, is expected to unveil on Wednesday a new small sport-utility vehicle called the MKC. It will go on sale starting next year in largely identical versions for in the U.S. and China." (WSJ)

    BMW 4 Series arrives on China market.#

    The luxury auto brand continues its efforts to catch up to Audi. (China Car Times)

    Five must-see designs at 100 Percent Design Shanghai.#

    More than 250 brands will showcase their wares this Thursday. (ArtInfo)

    China poised for in-car infotainment boom.#

    Chinese luxury car owners are learning there's no point to a sweet ride without a booming sound system. (The Malay Online)

    Lexus reveals spindly CT 200h facelift ahead of Chinese debut.#

    The model will be officially unveiled at the Guangzhou Motor Show. (Auto Blog)

    — TECH —#

    Five ways to make luxury e-commerce work in China.#

    The market certainly has challenges, but there are steps brands can take to improve their chances of success. (Jing Daily)

    This week in digital luxury marketing.#

    See what Cadillac, Shu Uemura, Hublot, and more are up to on Weibo and WeChat this week. (Jing Daily)

    China's Vipshop a "portfolio buy" right now.#

    The company posted triple-digit sales and double-digit earnings yesterday. (InvestorPlace)

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