The Peninsula Boutique, located in Terminal 1 of the Hong Kong International Airport, offers travelers edible treats including boxed chocolates and truffles.
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Hong Kong has gained the reputation as the third-largest art auction center in the world, behind New York and London respectively.
The 2012 Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show runs Friday through Saturday and will show an estimated $500 million worth of merchandise.
The Biennale des Antiquaires, the oldest and most expensive art fair in the world organized by Syndicat des Antiquaires, is expanding.
Shanghai Tang has just opened its new flagship store on the historic Duddell Street on Hong Kong Island. As the largest Shanghai Tang store in the world, the new space spans three stories and 15,000 square feet.
Solidifying its status as a market leader in contemporary Asian Art, Hong Kong is preparing for a prolific season for art with the Hong Kong International Art Fair, which will run from May 17-20 with a champagne preview on May 16.
On March 23, Tinseltown kicked off their grand opening with a very elegant fashion show, using some of the niche labels that the concept store offers such as L.A.M.B, Julia Clancey, Haute Hippie, and Jovani, instead of the mainstream fashion brands that many fashionistas are used to seeing at Tinseltown.
An unidentified businessman from Hong Kong has just purchased a rare golden fish for $38,000. During a Fishery Ghat market near Chittagong port in Bangladesh, the businessman won a bidding war between at least 500 other traders.
A 900-year-old Chinese Song dynasty ceramic dish has just sold for $26.7 million at a Hong Kong auction. Breaking records for Song Dynasty ceramics sold at auction, the dish fetched three times its pre-sale estimate.
An extremely rare Imperial China bowl sold for nearly $27 million at auction in Hong Kong today. This whopping price total was about three times as much as pre-sale estimates.