The end of the Christie's zodiac head drama that began in 2009 demonstrates the company's increasingly long-term commitment when it comes to the future of luxury in China.
On the heels of Christie’s groundbreaking deal to become the first auction house permitted to operate independently on the mainland, one longtime thorn in the company's relationship with China has reached an amicable -- and skillfully diplomatic -- resolution.
In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of April 8-12.
Christie's announced on Tuesday a pioneering deal it signed in Shanghai that will make it the first international wholly-owned auction company in China.
The sale of star chef Feran Adrià’s famed El Bulli cellar may have grabbed the headlines at Sotheby’s Hong Kong wine auctions last week, but for anyone following Asia's wine collecting scene, the real news came the day after.