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  • In China, experiences beat shopping
  • In China, experiences beat shopping
    Nguyen Hung Vu ©

In China, experiences beat shopping

A new survey of a thousand affluent individuals has uncovered a broadening idea of wealth and luxury amongst China’s rich. As the urge to "seek and discover authentic experiences” has grown, travel and dining have toppled retail as the most desirable ways to splash cash.



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