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China’s Super Rich Are Flocking Abroad In Record Numbers

Updated: Dec 9, 2022

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© Stringer China / Reuters | Credit: REUTERS Emigration to another country, investing in a business or private property always gives many problems for the Chinese. Here in this article we touch the topic related to China’s super rich and present a unique concept for living in Europe for that specific segment.

How to make sure that their life remains the same, taking into account all the national and cultural peculiarities, habits, lifestyles, culinary preferences and everything that did not cause them any questions in their home country. However, in Europe, with its very different way of life, all these problems would become paramount all at once. Besides, China's super rich are business people, they are used to being active, they are used to doing business and increasing their wealth. In this article you will find answers to many questions.

Investment opportunities in Spain. The idea of creating a Chinese enclave for the super rich

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The team of Investment Club in Spain has been associated with China for more than 25 years and we understand perfectly Chinese mentality, tastes and Chinese business philosophy. For the majority of Chinese, the interest is not just to move to another country, but to set up a business there, find a safe place to live and work with trusted partners, ability to solve all their current issues. Investment Club offers only the types of services for the Chinese unavailable on the market. We handle a niche to give our Chinese clients to feel like at home.

The revival of Chinese culture in Europe

China has always appealed to us because of its mystery and great culture. It is a whole separate civilization with its own philosophy of life. Europe learned a lot from China. The Sun King Louis XIV, as he called himself, was also famous for the fact that thanks to him Europe recognized the particular style of Chinoiserie. It is a collective style.

China was so far away that Europeans knew it only from the exotic goods that were imported from that distant country. In the 17th century there was a fashion for Chinese porcelain. It was from the drawings of Chinese vases that Europeans got their idea of this fabulous and exotic country.

The fashion for all things Chinese led the Sun King to order his architect to make one of the rooms of his palace in this unusual style, which was implemented. When other European monarchs saw it, they all decided it was the new fashion and began to copy the idea. At that time, Rococo style ruled the world.

The more so, the ground for everything Chinese was practically prepared. This style combined perfectly with Chinese ornaments and scenes from life. So the copying and imitation of Oriental art began.

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When we accuse the Chinese of copying, we forget our own history. Sometimes even European monarchs didn't neglect it, copying from each other.

China gave Europe porcelain. In the 18th century Europe became infatuated with Chinese porcelain, so much so that it copied the recipe for porcelain. Saxony discovered the recipe for porcelain in 1708, and the first porcelain factory opened in Meissen in 1710.