Juwai Luxe

Leveraging Juwai.com’s exclusive audience, this premier Chinese luxury property & lifestyle channel showcases the world’s most exquisite properties.

Juwai Luxe features highly targeted content for the luxury consumer, exploring seasonal influences impacting consumers year-round. Editorial covers everything from fashion and apparel to food and holidays, lifestyles and activities. Listings appear on the Juwai Luxe and Juwai.com channels.

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Premier Content

Juwai Luxe features luxury properties and seasonal topics that appeal to Chinese luxury consumers: accessories & apparel, food & holidays, and travel & lifestyle.

Luxury Events

Access exclusive luxury events and expos in China, and get premium exposure for your brand and properties with China’s elite luxury consumers.

Power of Partners

We partner with leading Chinese luxury content providers, giving you opportunities for added exposure in exclusive online and offline luxury channels.

Mobile Access

Juwai Luxe is fully integrated on our Juwai Mobile App – with social and location based functionality – allowing you to reach Chinese buyers on-the-go.


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Top Stories

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This huge factor is drawing Chinese homebuyers to Canada

132,345 Chinese students were enrolled in Canadian schools and colleges as international students in 20161, up 9.9% compared with 2015.2 That increase made China the biggest source of international...

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5 liveability factors Chinese look at when buying homes abroad

Chinese buyers are expected to spend close to $80 billion on overseas property in 2017, but how do we tell where they intend to invest in? We look at the Economist...

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What China’s eased capital controls mean for Chinese buyers

China has relaxed its capital controls for the first time this year, scrapping two rules meant to bolster the renminbi (RMB).1 The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) – China’s central bank...

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In the Press

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Chinese buyers of Australian property set to increase with higher taxes no deterrent – Credit Suisse

Chinese investment in Australian property is set to increase despite the Chinese government's attempt to restrict capital outflows, reports Domain...


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Vancouver rent-to-own property programme ‘could pose risks for Chinese buyers’

A rent-to-own programme launched by a real estate developer in Vancouver could pose risks to Chinese buyers due to uncertainty...