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With bidders that included prominent collectors of Chinese art, the sale of Chinese art from the Fujita Museum in Japan reached $262 million at Christie’s, giving the New York auction house the biggest single-evening sale in Asian Art Week auction history.
The guests wore black and white with a purpose at the Waldorf on Wednesday: to raise funds to build a panda pavilion in Central Park.
Anna Zhou was researching restaurants and counting the days until her long-planned trip to Mexico City last Friday when US President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US for 90 days.
New York City organizations made a push to recognize the Chinese Lunar New Year outside of Chinatown by holding festivities on Madison Avenue, hoping to impress upon tourists and members of the New York City community the cultural significance of the Chinese Spring Festival.
It is said that the US news media take Donald Trump literally but not seriously, while his supporters take him seriously but not literally.
Eight days before Donald Trump’s inauguration, a handful of the most influential figures in US-China relations gathered at the Waldorf Astoria New York hotel on Thursday evening to celebrate the two countries’ economic relationship.