With their Olympic team currently topping the medal charts at the London 2012 Olympics, Chinese tourists are topping a different chart, outspending all other international tourists visiting the British capital during the games.
Though skiing is still a relatively new pastime in China, the China Ski Association noted last year that the number of skiers in China rose from only 200,000 per year in 2000 to more than 5 million by 2005, and by 2014, that number should rise to around 20 million.
In the face of lackluster global economy, Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot is sticking to its notoriously upbeat business philosophy more than ever.
MINI China is set to go to the upcoming London Olympics with a killer new ride.
For its latest limited-edition partnership, Shanghai Tang's menswear designer Armele Barbier partnered with Jan Kole of Colossi Cycling on a special fixed-gear bicycle that echoes yet updates the iconic Flying Pigeon-style Chinese black bicycle.