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A roundup of this weekend's news in the hospitality industry, from InterContinental's new hotel aimed squarely at Chinese tourists to Small Luxury Hotels of the World opening an office in Shanghai and the upcoming grand opening of the Sands Cotai Central in Macau.
Many major hotel chains have continued to step up their investment in China, not only to further expansion but also to tailor properties and services to an increasingly important clientele.
Owing to its proximity, relatively inexpensive accommodations, and easy visa policy, over the past several years Thailand has been inundated with a growing number of mainland Chinese tourists.
Our 10 favorite brand localization posts from 2011, including a China-only Porsche 911 that sold out before its official debut, a Gucci paper folder that caused a run on Vogue China, and enough "Year of the Dragon"-themed items to make one's head spin.
A long nine months after the debut of Gucci's Chinese-language website, fellow Gucci Group-owned brand Bottega Veneta has launched its own China-facing site.
With China's millionaire population expected to more than double to 2.4 million by 2016, according to Credit Suisse estimates, major luxury brands continue to dig in their heels for long-term expansion and consumer education efforts.
While premium denim brands have had a more difficult time in previously booming markets like the United States, a growing number have found a receptive audience in China.
Recently, Jing Daily spoke to VistaJet founder Thomas Flohr and brand director Nina Flohr about some of the particularities of the rapidly developing, but still young, Chinese private aviation industry.
A roundup of this weekend's top stories from the Chinese luxury market, from Jaguar Land Rover's ambitions to produce vehicles in China to Shanghai Tang's ambitious expansion plans and Hong Kong's retail expectations for Golden Week.