Chinese luxury property investors accounted for 24% of total international dollar sales during the period of March 2013 to 2014 – dwarfing the rest of the world, reports the Luxury Portfolio Magazine (24 February 2015). Judging by data from Luxury Portfolio International, this is just a starting trend. Juwai Co-CEO, Simon Henry explains that wealthy Chinese buyers are bound to set their eyes on property overseas, particularly as the domestic market in China is undergoing strict cooling measures. “Rich Chinese are just getting richer, and more numerous. In China, the wealth held by HNWIs grew 18% last year, compared to 12% in the rest of the world. The number of Chinese HNWIs also grew 17%, compared to 13% in the rest of the world,” says Henry. [This article is available in print only.]