A 1968 airmail letter with various stamps of Chairman Mao Zedong. China’s collectibles market has been blighted by inflated values for rare artefacts. Oriental Culture hopes that more listings by online art and collectibles platforms will improve the credibility of the sector. Photo: AFP A 1968 airmail letter with various stamps of Chairman Mao Zedong. China’s collectibles market has been blighted by inflated values for rare artefacts. Oriental Culture hopes that more listings by online art and collectibles platforms will improve the credibility of the sector. Photo: AFP
A 1968 airmail letter with various stamps of Chairman Mao Zedong. China’s collectibles market has been blighted by inflated values for rare artefacts. Oriental Culture hopes that more listings by online art and collectibles platforms will improve the credibility of the sector. Photo: AFP
IPO

Hong Kong art and collectibles platform Oriental Culture hopes Nasdaq IPO will burnish its image, give sector credibility

  • Net proceeds secondary to improvement of brand image that will come with listing, CEO says
  • Government should grow Hong Kong as hub for Chinese artefacts such as vintage stamps and Kweichow Moutai spirits

Topic |   IPO
A 1968 airmail letter with various stamps of Chairman Mao Zedong. China’s collectibles market has been blighted by inflated values for rare artefacts. Oriental Culture hopes that more listings by online art and collectibles platforms will improve the credibility of the sector. Photo: AFP A 1968 airmail letter with various stamps of Chairman Mao Zedong. China’s collectibles market has been blighted by inflated values for rare artefacts. Oriental Culture hopes that more listings by online art and collectibles platforms will improve the credibility of the sector. Photo: AFP
A 1968 airmail letter with various stamps of Chairman Mao Zedong. China’s collectibles market has been blighted by inflated values for rare artefacts. Oriental Culture hopes that more listings by online art and collectibles platforms will improve the credibility of the sector. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE