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Having closed for renovations last month, this week Bulgari opened the doors of its all-new Plaza 66 flagship in Shanghai with a blowout attended by a bevy of local celebrities and featuring a distinctly serpentine theme.
As the holiday season and Chinese New Year approach, brands are getting more creative with gifting ideas for Chinese shoppers.
Recently, Jing Daily had the opportunity to sit down with Gary Chu, President of General Mills Greater China, to discuss food safety, the emerging middle class, strategies for entering the Chinese market, and how best to tap growing Chinese demand.
Two years after entering the China market with the launch of emporioarmani.cn, this week the Milan-based designer discount e-commerce site Yoox launched a new Chinese site, Yoox.cn.
China’s fall holiday season will raise the stakes for American travel, hospitality and retail sectors this year, due to the unusual confluence of two major holidays.
Launched last year, the Beijing outpost of the French micro-chain S.T.A.Y. (an acronym for Simple Table Alléno Yannick) at the Shangri-La Hotel manages to stand out in a city that has, in recent years, become a magnet for some of the world's top chefs.
From chrome-covered purple Bentleys to hot pink Lamborghinis, a car culture, similar to that found in sprawling Los Angeles, has certainly started to develop in Beijing.
Luxury automakers may finally be seeing tougher times in China, as the red-hot sales figures seen since 2008 start to cool, but this isn't stopping the likes of Ferrari, Rolls-Royce and BMW from creating special "China-only" editions.