Shanghai Tang, China’s world-class luxury brand.

Cosmopolitan, confident and brimming with Shanghai Tang is China’s world*class luxury brand Using vibrant and bold colours, exquisite and radical designs and sporting a highly desirable brand label, it has become the epitome of China chic. Even in its early beginnings in 1994, as a small tailoring boutique in Hong Kong, Shanghai Tang managed to … Read more

Shama Luxe at Xintiandi, Shanghai Serviced Apartments – Indulge in luxury furnishings.

Having dominated Hong Kong’s serviced apartment scene for more than 10 years, Shama, working in partnership with Morgan Stanley, is now opening its doors to visitors and residents in another of Asia’s hot cities – Shanghai. With it’s growing number of dazzling lights, futuristic skyscrapers, Michelin star restaurants and designer boutiques, Shanghai is an increasingly … Read more

Grand Hyatt Beijing – Unique Ambience which is ideal for relaxation.

Atop China’s largest shopping complex, Oriental Plaza, and only a short walk from Beijing’s Forbidden City, the Grand Hyatt Lays claim to the ultimate location in town. Set in the centre of Beijing’s business and commercial district, it has become an ideal base for business and leisure travellers alike. Within the prestigious Oriental Plaza, some … Read more

Ascott Beijing Serviced Apartments, Luxurious Living in China’s vast capital.

Combining personalized service with the facilities and space that define luxurious living in China’s vast capital, Ascott Beijing Serviced Apartments offer a welcome alternative to the numerous five-star hotels available in the city. Rated first in the Top 100 Serviced Residences rankings for four consecutive years, the deluxe apartments offer much more than a place … Read more

Beijing the cultural capital of China

Beijing is the cultural capital of China, with every type of artist drawn to the city, a trend that can be traced back to dynasty days, But for decades, few were able to get ahead in a country emphasising Chinese Social Realism. Art took a backseat to politics in 1942, when Mao Zedong proclaimed that … Read more

Beijing’s Imperial Tombs

A valley just 59 km (31 miles) north of Beijing, on the way to Badaling, was chosen in 1409 a the final resting place for the Ming Dynasty emperors. Taking into account traditional percepts of Chinese fengshui, or geomany, the 13 tombs (three other emperors were buried elsewhere) are scattered over a basin approximately 40 … Read more