• Bairong World Trade Center

    This place is a GIANT market known as Bairong World Trade Center. It’s apparently the largest trading centre in Asia with 460,000 square meters of floor space. That’s almost 5 million square feet! There are two separate, massive buildings, each 6 stories high and full…More. Ask Randy H about Bairong Read more [...]

  • Raffles City

    Raffles City is a large complex located in the Civic District within the Downtown Core of the city-state of Singapore. Occupying an entire city block bounded by Stamford Road, Beach Road, Bras Basah Road and North Bridge Road, it houses two hotels and an office tower over a podium which Read more [...]

  • The Place

    The Place – Beijing Shopping Mall (Shi Mao Tian Jie, 世贸天阶). 2013-04-24. Beijing’s funkiest new mall is easy to spot thanks to the digital canopy that sweeps over its central outdoor plaza – the biggest LED screen in Asia would you believe. However if you find the butterflies and seascapes Read more [...]

  • Beijing Parkview Green

    About Lumière Studios: Lumière Studios is a Sino-Hong Kong joint venture of international theater investment management company (full name Lumière Co., Ltd. of Sichuan Province), the founder is Mr. Hu Qiming. Since its inception in 2008, with its global vision, innovative ideas, perfect details, strict and efficient excellent team, leading Read more [...]

  • Silk Street

    Silk Street (Chinese: 秀水街; pinyin: Xiùshuǐ Jiē, Xiushui Street, literally meaning “beautiful water Street”), aka Silk Market or Silk Street Market, is a shopping center in Chaoyang District, Beijing, that accommodates over 1,700 retail vendors, notorious among international tourists for their wide selection of counterfeit designer brand apparel. The Silk Read more [...]

  • Xin’ao Shopping Centre

    Approved by the Beijing Municipal Government, Beijing New Olympic Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “New Olympic Group”) was restructured and reorganized on the basis of the first-level land development headquarters of the Beijing Olympic Stadium in March 2005 with a registered capital of 1.8 billion yuan, Beijing SASAC Read more [...]