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Singles’ Day: All you need to know about this retail phenomenon

$20 billion – that’s how much Alibaba’s Singles’ Day is expected to rake in tomorrow in terms of sales.1... Continue reading >


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What Hong Kong’s tax change tells about Chinese property demand

Hong Kong recently increased their stamp duty on foreign buyers from 15% to 30%.1 This not only means it’s... Continue reading >


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Top 8 outbound medical tourism hotspots for China's affluent

By 2020, over 800,000 Chinese are expected to head overseas for medical and healthcare treatments.1 Driven by an increasingly... Continue reading >


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Juwai reveals Q2 2016 Global Property Index (GPI) Report

Housing prices were up in 30 – out of the 45 – housing markets that have published housing statistics so... Continue reading >


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Golden Week update: 6 million outbound Chinese travellers expected

6 million – that’s how many Chinese travellers expected to jet out of China this Golden Week, according to a... Continue reading >


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4 must-knows about Golden Week: why it’s huge and how to profit

750 million Chinese are expected to travel this upcoming National Day Golden Week (1 Oct – 7 Oct).1 More... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Chinese buyers like UK property: Juwai.com

Sue Jong, COO of Juwai.com, says interest from Chinese buyers for property in the United Kingdom is 20 percent higher now compared to a year ago, reports CNBC (23 June 2017).

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Juwai.com appoints Georg Chmiel to its board of directors

China's top property portal Juwai.com has appointed Georg Chmiel to its Board of directors, reports Property Portal Watch (2 June 2017). With 17 years of experience in the online real estate industry,...

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Rich, young Chinese are buying overseas properties on their smartphones

70 percent of Chinese millennials own a home, and they are increasingly looking to buy overseas real estate, reports The Wall Street Journal (9 May 2017). According to a recent HSBC survey,...

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Chinese investment in real estate grows to $32b: FIRB

The latest FIRB report revealed that Chinese investors have pledged to invest A$47.3 billion in Australia – $31.9 billion that will go into property developments, reports the Australian Financial Review (9 May...

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