More women from Asia are entering the billionaire ranks and unlike their Western counterparts, they tend to be self-made, a survey found. » Read More
The gold and diamonds of Cartier are so popular with women that the brand is finding it difficult to market watches to men.
For alcohol brands from outside Asia, trying to entice customers who aren't accustomed to the taste can be tricky.
Led by President Xi, an avid fan, China has made it a goal to become a football superpower, and a stake in Man City is just the start.
Private international schools in China that do not admit Chinese nationals, have far less red tape to contend with than those that do.
A 2,700-acre California ranch once belonging to the King of Pop has failed to attract local buyers, so its owners are now looking east.
Asia's luxury shoppers are switching their allegiances from long-time favorites Hong Kong and Singapore, and it's not just for a change of scenery.
Low interest rates, currency devaluation and a corruption crackdown have combined to drive wealth out of China. And it's not returning soon.
90 percent of Asian consumers believe they lack the financial resources to fund their future care needs, according to a new survey from Swiss Re.
Hong Kong's unrest may be prompting globe-trotting millionaires to locate to Singapore instead, as the cities each strive to be Asia's financial hub.
Quintessentially Lifestyle's Greater China boss reveals the lengths a concierge service will go to for its wealthy members.
China's wealthy are moving to the U.S. in rising numbers. This banking start-up hopes to capitalize on the migration.
Hong Kong's unaffordable housing is the stuff of legend, but some analysts see signs the property bubble's days are numbered.
From booking the presidential suite atop a skyscraper to renting an entire island, Asia's wealthy are spoiled for vacation choices.
A slowing economy and limited investment options have combined to set the ranks of China's nouveaux riche on the hunt for the next unicorn.
The decline in China's grasp of English comes as the country sets to assert its position as a global power not just economically but also culturally.
Cities around China are carving out tracts of land for school parks - dubbed "education factories" - designed for hundreds of thousands of students.