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    Jing Daily’s China Luxury Brief: August 21, 2013

    Trinity's profit drop, China's independent travelers, and iPad's declining market share are among today's top stories.
    A look from Gieves & Hawkes, which is owned by Hong Kong company Trinity. (Women's Wear Daily)

    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. Check out today’s stories below:#

    A look from Gieves & Hawkes, which is owned by Hong Kong company Trinity. (Women's Wear Daily)

    BUSINESS AND FINANCE —#

    Christie's goes through digital renovation.#

    Will e-commerce strategies embraced by Christie's, Sotheby's, and China Guardian catch on with Chinese collectors? (China Daily)

    FASHION —#

    Trinity profits drop in first half.#

    The Hong Kong owner of Gieves & Hawkes and Cerruti "reported a 43 percent drop in first-half net profit." (WWD)

    LIFESTYLE —#

    Say goodbye to the giant Chinese tour bus.#

    Chinese tourists are becoming increasingly independent. (FT)

    Ascott Limited to manage three more properties in China.#

    Hefei, Chongqing, and Xiamen locations to open in coming years. (Property Report)

    TECH —#

    China market share plunges for iPad.#

    Maybe Apple can make them in gold to fix the problem. (Bloomberg)

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