Among the items to be auctioned at Sotheby’s Hong Kong’s October sales is a dragon stem bowl from the Xuande period (1426-35) of the Ming dynasty.
Enid Tsui
Opinion

Opinion

The Collector by Enid Tsui

Sotheby’s stays upbeat amid global slowdown and turmoil in Hong Kong

An 18th century Qing dynasty glass vase estimated to be worth US$25 million is up for grabs, among other items, in Sotheby’s’ October sales, but as the Asian auction season rolls around, will buyers be willing to open their wallets?

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Among the items to be auctioned at Sotheby’s Hong Kong’s October sales is a dragon stem bowl from the Xuande period (1426-35) of the Ming dynasty.
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Hong Kong protest art: meet the student leading the defiant design team

‘Our goal isn’t to challenge the Communist Party, just to defend our own rights and autonomy,’ says man behind the iconic bloodstained bauhinia flag that became the symbol of the 2019 Hong Kong protests

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