Help the diploma-holder graduate from college living into adult life with these eight gift ideas.
You may know that jade has long been a revered stone in China, used in everything from jewelry to suits to treasured cabbages. But did you know it’s also the latest beauty trend?
You might have seen her work in HBO’s High Maintenance, designer Sandy Liang’s showroom, or nail artist superstar Mei Kawakiri’s Instagram feed. Now you can see the bold and eye-catching work of neon light artist Juno Shen in our Chelsea Market store.
Your New Year resolution might have been to eat healthier, but how exactly? Christine Wong, a certified health coach and creative director of Pearl River friend LUCKYRICE, can help.
K-beauty is serious business. While you might think washing, moisturizing, and slapping on some SPF is enough, Korean beauty experts would tell you to think again. Today we break down some of the terminology you might hear while wading the (dewy) waters of K-beauty.
Peking opera might not be for everyone. But between its fabulous costumes, intricate makeup, and incredible tumbling and acrobatics, it's an amazing show, not to mention an important part of Chinese culture and history. That’s why we’re bringing you nine fun facts about Peking opera on the day it was born.
We were tickled pink to see our parasols and lanterns in The New York Times and to have participated in the Millennial Pink Party, an annual gathering of that generation’s leaders, tastemakers, and gamechangers.
Happy National Bao Day! To celebrate the dumpling's underrated cousin, we bring you six things you might not know about the versatile baozi.
While jade might seem typical of Chinese jewelry, its origin and history are anything but. Here are nine things you might not know about this treasured green stone.
New York Magazine featured one of our all-time favorite products not just once, but twice!