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Home to fifteen million people and site of the 2008 Olympics, Beijing is a superpower capital to see.
China's embrace of capitalism is transforming this historic city into an urban marvel for this century. Come witness its rise.
From super-future cities to remote countryside, China offers an incredible kaleidoscope of experiences.
It is the world’s most aggressively capitalist city—a seething, buzzing, speeding place, where East collides with West.
Marco Polo once reportedly described Hangzhou, south of Shanghai, as “without doubt the finest and most splendid city in the world.”
Perfect for nature lovers: the incredible lodges of the North and South Island.
With hiking trails, scenic waterfalls, hidden villages and luxury resorts, the Big Island is an otherworldly slice of paradise.
What was once a tiny fishing village has morphed into a tax-free bastion of mega-malls, five-star hotels and wildly elaborate real estate projects.
There are few more beautiful places in Britain than the Cotswolds, the bucolic region dotted with sleepy villages and bustling market towns.
Many of the city’s treasures underwent facelifts for Québec's 400th anniversary last year, so it’s a great time to see North America's most French city shine.
The beauty of the rugged Atlantic Coast and the quaint villages, boutique hotels and lobster shacks continue to cast a powerful spell.
Beyond style enclave Marrakech, the North African country has incredible destinations, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Sahara.
With easy access to ski trails, glamorous restaurants and charming Swiss villages, Gstaad makes a fabulous destination in all seasons.
As a winter destination, comparisons to other North American ski resorts are simply beside the point: Whistler, British Columbia, is in a class of its own.
Opened in the fall of 2010, Colibri has brought the cupcake craze to Beijing. The sleek, all-white café sits in the trendy Village North shopping complex and was designed by...
This shopping complex is an expansion of the first open-air mall in Beijing. Many international architects have been involved in creating spaces here, including Kengo Kuma and Frank Gehry. Among...
Lu Lu Cheung opened her first boutique in Hong Kong in 1992 and has since emerged as one of Asia’s most respected women’s clothing designers. Her designs are sexy and...
At nearly twenty, a veteran in Beijing hotel terms, the China World was the first major hotel to be designed as the centerpiece of an entire complex, with shops, offices...
A Hong Kong-born and Europe-educated jewelry designer, Kai-Yin Lo is renowned for her graceful creations that infuse traditional Chinese jewelry with a modern sensibility. As a visiting professor of Beijing’s...
From art correspondent Elena Bowes “Virginia Ibbott, a charming Brit previously with London’s Tate Modern, has recently moved to Beijing to head external relations at the new Ullens Center of...
Considered the Grande Dame of Beijing hotels, Raffles hosted the International Olympic Committee in 2008 and continues to be where many officials and dignitaries stay. The famous Singapore hotel marque...
You can visit Longjing Village and the Dragon Well Tea Plantation. Tasting, sampling and trying tea is best done with a Mandarin-speaking guide, as the subject is fascinating and you...
Yes, it is in a hotel and a Grand Hyatt at that, but Made in China is where you will find some of the best Peking Duck in Beijing.
There is still only one way to truly arrive in style from the airport: in the gold Rolls-Royces of the Peninsula hotel. The two Rollers were the first in China...
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