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Christie’s Announces World Tour Schedule for Dame Elizabeth Taylor’s Jewels

In a few short weeks, fans admirers and mourners of the late, fabulous Elizabeth Taylor will be able to view her treasured collection of the items she held dearest – her jewelry.

Elizabeth Taylor was an icon renowned as much for her beauty and acting as she was for her affinity for luxury. Taylor exuded an air of effortless glamour, helped along by the carats upon carats of precious jewelry that she often wore.

Beginning September 15th, Christies will showcase Liz’s famed jewels on a world tour. Exhibits will begin in Moscow’s Red Square before the tour continues to London, L.A., Dubai, Geneva, Paris and Hong Kong before finally stopping in New York. There, from December 3rd through the 12th, Christie’s will present the collection before its 5 part auction of Elizabeth Taylor’s estate.

Marc Porter, Chairman and President of Christie’s America states: Christie’s is honored to have been entrusted with this important role in celebrating the extraordinary life and legacy of Elizabeth Taylor. The global tour and exhibition of her collection at Christie’s will be a window into the world of a true icon, a rare woman who was at once an international film and fashion star, loving mother, successful businesswoman, and generous humanitarian.  This collection of her many cherished possessions will bring us closer to the essence of Elizabeth Taylor’s unique spirit, and promises to inspire admiration, delight, and at times, sheer wonder, in all who come to see it.”

First up is Liz’s collection of Legendary Jewels: “In what promises to be remembered as one of the most remarkable jewelry events in auction history, Christie’s will open the sales series devoted to Ms. Taylor’s collections with a gala Evening Sale of her most magnificent jewels on December 13, followed by two additional sale sessions on December 14.”

What will be included in this auction? One can only speculate at this point – which we did, naturally. Here are the gems that we think will absolutely be up on the auction block.

The Krupp Diamond

The first item of jewelry that Richard Burton gave her, this Asscher-cut diamond became a daily adornment for Taylor, at a more demure 33.19 carats.

La Peregina

Once owned by Anne Boleyn and Queen Mary Tudor, Taylor prized this pear-shaped pearl. Once owned by the Queen of Spain, it was nearly swallowed by one of Talyor’s dogs.

Cartier Ruby and Diamond Necklace

Given to Taylor by husband #3, Mike Todd, the necklace, bracelet, and earrings feature oval and cushion-cut rubies and baguette-cut diamonds set in platinum.

The Taj Mahal Diamond

Originally given to Shah Jahan by his father, the diamond was the presented to his wife Queen Mumtaz – the very same Queen Mumtaz that the Taj Mahal was built for. Burton bought this heart-shaped, yellow stunner for Liz’s 40th birthday. She promptly removed the silk cord it hung from and commissioned a diamond-studded chain.

The Taylor-Burton Diamond

The 69.42-carat Cartier diamond gifted to Talyor by 5th husband Richard Burton. Sadly, this – the most famous of Liz’s baubles – won’t be for sale at the auction, as it was last bought by Robert Mouawad.

Partial proceeds from the auction will benefit the Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation, created in 1993 to provide critically needed support services for people with HIV/AIDS.

Around the World and Back Again: Raymond Lee Jewelers Events

‘Rapid Reporting’ of Jewelry Industry Trade Shows Continues !

New York, Hong Kong and Chicago

Remember to visit the Raymond Lee Jewelers exhibitor area during the New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show from July 22-25 in NY, New York. The 2011 New York antique jewelry & watch show will be held at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th St., New York, NY 10011.

Date and Time Trade Show Specs: 

Friday, July 22

1 pm to 7 pm

Saturday-Sunday, July 23 – 24

11 am to 7 pm

Monday, July 25

11 am to 4 pm

The show, which runs from July 22-25, will be celebrating five successful years and a sold out show.  “Our location, in the jewelry capital of the world, makes this show extremely popular amongst dealers,” stated Andrea Canady, Fair Director. “This show provides an intimate setting for dealers and buyers to converge and conduct business. The show sees heavy public traffic as they enjoy this rare opportunity to shop where the dealers buy.”

For more information about the show, or to purchase tickets, please call (239) 732-6642 or visit The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show.

(Exciting Announcement: We are a Featured Exhibitor of the New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show 2011, and will be interviewing with Forbes magazine while the event is taking place!  Next year we will be exhibiting at the very first Chicago Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, from April 20 – 22, 2012!)

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Then, back to Hong Kong!

This September, Raymond Lee Jewelers will be exhibiting at the world famous ‘September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair‘ from September 21-25, 2011.

If you’re in the Asian area, come see our premium selection of antique jewellery and watches!

You will find us at:

HKCEC

Rapaport Reports on Jewelry Industry Inflation and Diamond Trading Trending

Rapaport Reporting: Jewelry Industry Inflation

From: rapaportgroup  | Jun 23, 2011  | 95 views
RAPAPORT…
Jewelry inflation in the U.S. continues as the price of precious metals and diamonds climb. According to comScore, the popularity of online video and the ever-changing habits of viewers present an opportunity to advertise your brand.
A report from Rice Universityassociate professor of management, Utpal Dholakia, businesses can gain traction using “daily deals” websites, but there are many elements a brand must consider. Over the next few years, it is likely that daily deal sites will have to settle for lower shares of revenues from businesses compared with their current levels, and it will be harder and more expensive for them to find viable candidates to fill their pipelines of daily deals, according to Dholakia. In his third study – the most exhaustive study done to date on the daily deals industry – Dholakia found that there is very little difference between companies in the ever-expanding competition for consumer dollars, and it will be difficult for any one site to stand out from the others.”

Rapaport – Information That Means Business

Check out what Rapaport Reported on the Success of the

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair!!!

See Video HERE: 2011 JUNE HONG KONG JEWELLERY & GEM FAIR

The Hong Kong International Jewellery Show wrapped up this week on an extremely positive note with a new record of 37,000 total attendees. The show attracted more than 2,800 exhibitors from 46 countries and regions — making it the largest for this show’s history. The number of buyers increased by 16 percent overall and the number of overseas buyers increased by 23 percent, led by Hong Kong’s three major export markets for fine jewelry — buyers from the U.S. rose 22 percent; buyers from France increased by 30 percent and buyers from Switzerland rose 6 percent. Buyers from emerging markets increased as well. Buyers from the Chinese mainland rose 33 percent, buyers from India rose 41 percent, Russian buyers in attendance increased 27 percent, Brazilian buyers rose 29 percent and there were 16 percent more buyers from Japan at this year’s show.

The Diamond Trading Company opened its 2012-contract period sightholder process this week. Those intending to register for this first round for sights in London, Botswana and Canada must submit audited financial information and a meet certain requirements regarding minimum revenue stream and rough utilization during each of the past three years. Applicants for sights in South Africa and Namibia have lower minimum requirements. All applicants must prove that they adhere to De Beers best practice principles and guarantee that they never traded diamonds outside of the Kimberley Process. The next phase of the sightholder application begins on April 18.  More information is available here.

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011: ‘Rapid Reporting’ Recap by Raymond Lee Jewelers

Raymond Lee Jewelers

‘Rapid Reporting’

Top of the morning to you, everybody. I trust that everyone has rested up and recharged their batteries, ready to dive into a paramount and productive week. 🙂

If not, please go grab yourself a nice hot cup of coffee, send me one, and let’s get to some seriously ‘Rapid Reporting‘ of the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011 recap.

Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fair 2011

On the final day of The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, one of the top three jewellery shows in Asia, held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, had already been attended by 19, 968 visitors.  According to JewelleryNetAsia.com, the number of both unique and return attendees to this years June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair had shown an increase of 21.5%, compared to the statistics of last June.

From the first day of registration, where overwhelming lines and unexpected spikes in visitors surprised event coordinators, a foreshadowing of one of the most successful years for the Jewellery & Gem Fair was underway. On the first day of the fair, June 23rd, the Antique Jewelry Hall required an additional floor of exhibitor space to accommodate the heightened intrigue with antique jewelry.

By the time press releases from Asia could be found online, initial reports related to the jewelry fair were enthusiastically announcing the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011 had opened to a record breaking turnout of buyers, exhibitors and enthusiasts.

HONG KONG, June 23, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011

Jime Essink, President and CEO of UBM Asia said: “We are delighted that the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair hits a new record high of 1,600 exhibitors this year, a 25% rise on 2010. This further confirms that jewellers around the world recognise the value of joining the June Fair.”

Celine Lau, Director of Jewellery Fairs, UBM Asia Ltd said: “The June Fair is an important event in the trade show calendar. To mitigate the risk of holding too much stock, buyers prefer to make more frequent sourcing trips. This propels the growth of the June Fair which presents buyers with the opportunity to source from quality suppliers from around the world every mid-year.”

Over 60% of those attending the Jewellery & Gem Fair in Hong Kong traveled from overseas, just as Raymond Lee Jewelers did. The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011 attracted more than 1,596 companies from around the world, with 19,968 visitors from 102 countries and regions having visited the fair before the final day had commenced. The top five of those visiting countries include China, India, Taiwan, Philippines and Thailand.

Statistics Provided by JewelleryNetAsia.com

Numbers of Visitors as Reported by the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair:

  • Day one: 9, 835
  • Day two: 5, 771
  • Day three: 4, 362

Cartier Hong Kong

 In addition to the incredible turnout of the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, the trip of our President and VP to Asia proved to include a surprise set of front row seats of the strengthening overseas economy. Just as the diamonds, pearls and gemstones from all over the world were illuminating the streets of Hong Kong for the Jewellery & Gem Fair, the prevalent and increasing use of the euro as currency seemed to shed a bright light on the dedication of  both China and Japan, Asia’s first and second largest economy and foreign exchange reserves powers, to bring financial stability to Europe.

As China’s most valuable economic partner, Europe is being strongly supported in Asian markets. Several reports have been published recently by French media outlets, confirming that the Chinese have taken several different actions which show their support and dedication to the financial recovery of Europe.

Japanese Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda 21, also said it would continue through the purchase by the European Financial Stability Fund bonds, etc., to help Europe deal with the debt crisis.

Having traveled from The States, where citizens have spent the past few years fighting a seemingly endless battle for survival through grave economic uncertainties, the scenery of Hong Kong was something so far from the picture of pinching pennies. In the photographs my boss was able to send, it is clear to see upon first glance the current state of world economy, captured in the images of consumers in Hong Kong.

Locals of Hong Kong, and those who traveled from China’s mainland in avoidance of the sales tax, formed lines which wrapped around the block, eagerly awaiting to enter the retail priced storefronts of such names as Cartier, Chanel and Gucci. Business was booming, and not just at The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair… Business in Hong Kong seems to be booming everywhere!

Louis Vuitton Hong Kong

Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair Rapid Reporting

‘Rapid Reporting’

 Raymond Lee Jewelers

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011

We have received word from the Raymond Lee Jewelers crew currently across the world, exhibiting at the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011, the largest jewelry trade show in Asia.  Thanks to a few great bosses who took the time to keep us up in the loop checked in with us back here in The States with notations of observation on the unfolding trade show action, I have my hands on some very interesting  information and illustrious images of the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011.

On this 23rd day of June, I am pleased to present you with with the following installment of jewelry industry trade show. . .

Rapid Reporting‘  .  by  .  Raymond Lee Jewelers 

There has been a buzz making its way through the jewelry industry in regard to an increased demand for antique jewelry. The proof of that surge was exposed on the first day of the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011, as the antique jewelry section of the exhibition venue has doubled in size since last year.

I was informed that UBM had to split exhibitors of antique jewelry into two floors, in order to provide sufficient display and browsing room for both exhibitors and attendees of the show with a fixed focus on antique jewelry.

As reported by the Diamond News Center in Israel:

‘Hong Kong June Expo Sees Record Number of Visitors on Opening Day’

23.06.11, 13:46 

“The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair opened Thursday to record numbers of both visitors and exhibitors. Registration lines were longer than expected because of the high demand.”

“The exhibition’s organizers are pleased with this year’s show and say that it is hosting over 1,500 exhibitors from 37 countries, a 20% increase over last year.”

Raymond Lee Jewelers: June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011

Raymond Lee Jewelers: Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011

More  Rapid Reporting  to  follow  !

Stay  Tuned .

– Alexandra

Raymond Lee Jewelers

The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, organized by UBM, has over 19.000 professional buyers from 100 countries. Although the June fair is smaller than the one in September, its strengths lie in the fact that the September Fair sales already start in June. In 2010 AWDC set up a group pavilion of over 500 m² and 41 exhibitors.

  – Published By: AWDC

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011: Rapid Reporting by Raymond Lee Jewelers

Jewelry Industry Trade Show: Rapid Reporting

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair

Raymond Lee Jewelers President and Vice President, Jeff and Lee Josephson have arrived in Hong Kong to exhibit a carefully chosen selection of our most exquisite jewelry at the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011. The largest trade show of its kind in Asia will begin tomorrow, June 23rd and continue through June 26th.

Arrival: Confirmed

Our previous coverage of the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry Show ‘Rapid Reporting’ received such a warm response, that we have decided to do our very best to bring you the most recent insights and inside updates on the Jewelry Industry Trade Show events in which Raymond Lee Jewelers exhibits.

🙂 The show literally has, gone on the road...

Raymond Lee Jewelers ‘Rapid Reporting’ from Hong Kong:

The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair features over 3,000 exhibitors spread over 120,000 square meters of exhibitions space in two venues: the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE) and the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). Celebrating it’s 24th Anniversary, let’s check in with UBM‘s June Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011!

June Hong Kong Antique Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011: UBM

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair
Hong Kong Convention Center
www.Jewellerynetasia.com

Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair 2011: Raymond Lee Jewelers, Booth 1M055-57

Raymond Lee Jewelers: 

  • Hall 1ABC

  • 1M055 – 1M057

From Las Vegas, New York and Hong Kong, The Antique Jewelry Trade Shows Go On!

June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair
Location: Hong Kong Exhibtion & Convention Centre

1 Expo Drive, Hong Kong Island – 2582 8888

Already Asia’s biggest show of its kind, the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair took its leadership further in 2009 by becoming the world ’s biggest jewellery fair in terms of number of exhibitors. The Fair featured over 3,000 exhibitors spread over 120,000 square meters of exhibitions space in two venues: the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE) and the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).

The June Fair in 2011 will follow the same track: Perfect timing, ideal location and professional organisation are just some of the many factors that make the JUNE HONG KONG JEWELLERY & GEM FAIR one of the top three jewellery events in Asia. With its track record of excellence, the June Fair attracts thousands of buyers from over 100 countries and regions, who are ready to replenish their inventories. Celebrating its 24th anniversary, the Fair is out to prove itself once again as an effective marketplace for the jewellery trade.

Dates and Times: June 23 – 26, 2011

You can find us at Hall: 1ABC
Booth # 1M055-57

Be sure to visit http://exhibitions.jewellerynetasia.com/exhibitions/default.asp?siteid=4⟨=1 for more information

Antique Jewelry & Watch Trade Shows 2011

 

 

 

 

 

New York Antique Jewelry and Watch Show

Location:  The Metropolitan Pavillion
New York, NY

Description:  The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is the largest trade only show serving serving the antique jewelry and watch industry. The extensive variety of merchandise makes this show popular with serious jewelry buyers and collectors.

Dates and Times: Friday, July 22
1 pm to 7 pm

Saturday-Sunday, July 23 – 24
11 am to 7 pm

Monday, July 25
11 am to 4 pm
http://www.newyorkantiquejewelryandwatchshow.com/Home.aspx

 

 

Antique Jewelry & Watch Trade Shows 2011

IWJG International Watch and Jewelry Guild (NYC, NY)

Location: Doubletree Chelsea Hotel
128 W. 29th St
New York, N.Y. 10001

Description: The IWJG holds 12-14 trade shows per year, exclusively for our members. (The general public may not attend.) This is your opportunity to network with dealers around the world and buy, sell, and trade watches, diamonds, and other valuable jewelry.

Our members trade in vintage and modern watches, jewelry, diamonds, gold, gems, pens, coins, stamps, clocks, estate jewelry, antique jewelry, entire store stocks, entire manufacturer stocks, and close-out lots.

Dates and Times: July 26-27 2011, Tuesday- Wednesday, 9AM – 6PM
http://www.iwjg.com/index.shtml

Gold Prices Jump Past $1,400 AGAIN!

500g silver bullion bar produced by Johnson Ma...
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The price of gold has been surging this year but saw a small dip last month, falling below its record breaking and headline making high of $1,424.50 an ounce. On Friday December 3rd gold once again delighted investors when it settled $6 dollars shy of its record high. Many market analysts are saying it is only a matter of time till gold goes even higher and set a new record. It seems I will be blogging about the price of gold for quite some time.

The reason for this latest spike is less exciting, gold prices rose in reaction to the Labor Departments latest announcement that unemployment reached a hit 9.8. This is the highest level of unemployment in months and added further doubts that the U.S economy will recover anytime soon. Investors are still not confident of in the dollar and area searching for assets that seem like safe havens. Europe’s Euro is facing similar problems creating a prolonged bull market for precious metals. Collateral loan.

On  a related note the prices of silver also rose! I wrote about the amazing and volatile silver market last week. The price of silver was up 38 cents at $29.76 and is strongly expected to reach a 30 year high of $30.

-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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Hublot Rushes to Meet China Luxury Boom- Watch Sell

Watch Sell

Watch Sell

I have written about Hublot (Big Bang Tutti Frutti) and china’s luxury watch boom in the past. The Swiss watch brand has been vigorously expanding its presence in the emerging Asian markets and is especially focused on China. In the past three years China and Hong Kong have surpassed all other markets to become the largest market for luxury watches. Naturally luxury brands, who have seen sales decline in Europe and America due to the global recession, are rushing to meet this new demand in the far East.

Hublot, which will have 15 stores in Asia by next year hopes to more than double that number. Much of this enthusiasm is coming from Hublot’s CEO Jean-Claude Biver, who is convinced that future profits will grow for the next 30 years, especially in China. Businesses across the world are flocking to Asia, China and Hong Kong and creating a rash of new millionaires in the process. Millionaires in Asia are expected to rise 8.8 percent annually through 2018. Japan and Europe are being swept by trends that embrace a less lavish lifestyle and Hublot views Asia as an oasis in the stagnating market. Sell watches.

There are some signs that Hublot may be taking a risk by betting on the Asian market. China economy has gone through explosive growth the past 10 years but will likely slow to 8.9 percent next year from 10 percent this year. Other luxury watch brands are not as optimistic as Hublot and are refraining from adding new stores in China till they are sure that this is not a “bubble.”

With the average cost of opening a store in China much cheaper than opening one in more traditional locations such as Paris and New York , Hublot is willing to take the risk. China rent rates hover around $100,000 a year compared to the outrageous price of more than $1 million in Paris.

We here at Raymond Lee Jewelers have many beautiful Hublot timepieces available at amazing prices.

-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers


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New York DMG Antique Show: What to Expect

New York Antique Show

Jewelry Events

Hundreds of jewelry shows are hosted around the world each year. Many of these shows that have been hosted in places such as Hong Kong, Dubai, New York, Las Vegas, and other places have been exclusive to dealers. Fortunately, the forthcoming New York show on July 23-26 will be open to the public. This is a great opportunity for individuals or any serious collectors to check out the variety of items that will be found here – ranging from vintage pieces to modern luxury watches.

The admission cost is a very affordable $15 for all four days. If you’re looking for specific times, please check out our events page of jewelry trade fairs.

Why would it be advantageous to attend this show? Well, there are several reasons. Firstly, this trade show eliminates exclusivity and opens it up to the public – where you, the consumer, can find top brands for lower-than-expected prices. Secondly, the New York show features more than 100 of the top elite dealers in antique and estate jewelry and watch industry. In other words, this will be like eBay in person.

At this show you will find hundreds of pieces from Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Rolex, Patek Philippe, David Webb, David Yurman, Harry Winston, Van Cleef & Arpels, and many more. Don’t miss out. This will also present a chance for you to check out our unique collection as well. We look forward to meeting you!

Raymond Lee Jewelers

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RLJ Takes on Hong Kong Day 3

SVG map of Hong Kong's administrative districts.
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Good Afternoon!  I am sitting quietly in our hotel lounge relaxing after an amazingly busy morning.   Jeff and I took a short walk outside of our hotel and walked the two blocks to the Jade Market.  I know yesterday I had mentioned that we would be taking a tour but once we realized it was around the corner we decided a tourguide was completely unnecessary.  We walked around a bit and saw mostly the same touristy junk you would expect to see but I remembered I had some gifts to pick up for people so I figured while I am here I might as well.  I saw a really cool piece of jade on a brown leather cord that looked really neat, like something out of an old archeological dig. My friend better like it but if not oh well it was a bargain.

Next we walked into about a dozen stores trying on watches and looking at prices.  We went to one jewelery store that happens to have over a dozen locations (on the same street just alternating sides each block).  The presentation was very formal.  We looked and tried on watches and talked pricing.  I looked at the tag and even though the amount was in Hong Kong Dollars I was still in shock.  Right off the bat the gentleman put into his calculator some numbers and said that after the discount and US dollar exchange this would be the price.  The amount they were discounting was something you would expect at a department store sale that they had every other weekend, so you really couldnt be stunned by their offer.  I have to tell you after working at Raymond Lee Jewelers for the past couple of years I dont think I can go back to that type of environment.  I dont think I would be able to give a customer a price like that and keep a straight face.  The discounts we offer on our new and previously loved watches are beyond generous, and its not for the sake of just making the sale.  We want our customers to be happy so that they come back unlike these stores who want the tourist dollar.

Tomorrow is the first day of the show.  Mainly a day to set up and meet and greet it is our first opportunity to see whats happening in the industry and what the next big trends will be.  More on that tomorrow as jet lag sets in and yours truly is ready to do something he has never done before….nap!

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RLJ Takes On Hong Kong part 2!

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Well everyone, Jeff and I made it safe and sound.  We checked into our hotel and we are now relaxing in their internet cafe lounge kicking back and enjoying a nice hot cappuccino.  It is now 9:30 pm local time which is 9:30 am our time.  Needless to say with the exception of nodding of for maybe what was an hour or so we have been up for 24hours.  Oddly enough when you travel this far its amazing even with being up for so many hours without sleep being accustomed to be awake at this time is providing me with a second wind.  Tomorrow we plan on taking a tour of the Jade market.  In the 3 previous times I have come here I cannot believe I never been.  I will give you all an update tomorrow.  Until then Wan An (good night in mandarin).

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