Asia Tours: 2022 Autumn Auctions Highlights Preview Calling for Global Consignments

This summer, Tokyo Chuo Auction will hold Asia Tours: 2022 Autumn Auctions in top-tier cities across Asia, including Taipei, Hong Kong and Tokyo, exhibiting hundreds of ceramics, Chinese calligraphies and paintings, contemporary arts and ukiyo-e prints, etc. Exquisite collections will be featured, including the blue and white lotus handled hexagonal vase, Qing Yongzheng, the gilt-bronze figure of Amitayus, Ming Yongle, Lan Ying (1585 – 1666) Landscapes, the inkstone with carved poems from Shen Shi-You’s collections and Zhao Zhi-qian (1829-1884) Letters. Bookmark the below key preview dates to check out the highlights.
Asia Tours: 2022 Autumn Auctions Highlights

8.10-11 (Wed-Thu)
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei

Hong Kong
8.19-21 (Fri-Sun)
Rm2601, 26/F, Wing On Centre, Sheung Wan

9.6-7 (Tue-Wed)
Tokyo Dome Hotel

Dual Cities Autumn Auctions
9.9-12 (Fri-Mon)
Kyobashi, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo and Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Calling for Global Consignments

At the same time, we cordially invite you to share our success by consigning your collections. Asian and overseas collectors are welcome to consult with our team of specialists for a free evaluation during the tours or through the below contacts. Details will be announced soon. Please stick with us for the most updated info.

For more details, please visit our official website at or follow us on
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Virtual Tours, The Next BIG Thing in Real Estate

Technological advancements are transforming industries constantly and introducing new products all the time. Virtual reality (or VR) and virtual tours are two of the most recent technological advances in real estate. Currently, these tours are 3D, with a headset and remote to give you an immersive experience. Virtual tours are essential for your real estate business today since they help clients see what they are looking at, helping them make a more informed purchase decision. In essence, VR lets you see the interior and exterior of a house without actually going there.

Time Efficient

With these virtual tours, real estate agents can save considerable time for properties far away. They can often have the services of a virtual tours agency in this regard. The buyer can access the 3D view of each room by clicking on the bedrooms, the kitchen, the bathrooms, etc. Agents can use this technology to schedule open houses, find tenants, and retain loyal clients, saving time and resources! 

Better Online Dealing

The ability to interact online through virtual reality allows for better client relations. Those looking for flooring or insulation, for instance, can ask the realtor about the type of material used in it. The agent can then provide real-time feedback from the comfort of their office, on their cell phones or laptops. With a virtual tour, you can show potential buyers what the project will look like once completed. The buyer can then leave a comment at different stages during the construction. Besides building a clientele, showing clients the view in 3D creates more engagement than in 2D.

Boosting Your Site Traffic

These virtual tours are way more attention-grabbing than simple 2D maps or even photographs. Traffic on your site will increase as a result. The buyers can visualize themselves living in that building while viewing it. You can also add interactive features like mortgage calculators to help the potential buyer make a quick purchase decision. It is time-consuming to arrange property visits, show the clients around the property, and negotiate terms and prices. With these virtual tours, it does not even matter where the clients live. Virtual reality can help you show off properties to buyers who are far away. Having access to additional clients and processing more inquiries through your office desk allows you to work with more clients.

Light on the Pocket

You may think investing in 3D virtual tour equipment is a costly expenditure. The investment is, however, worthwhile. A panoramic camera, some editing tools, and a computer are all you need to create 360-degree videos and computer graphics, or you can always contact some third party for it.

No Interruption

Agents often recommend deep cleaning your home to boost your chances of selling your property. The problem would be to keep your house perfectly clean for several days. Also, during visits, sellers are sometimes forced to leave their homes by the agents. When you use VR, you can clean your home once, take pictures of the property, and then carry on with your life!

24/7 at the Your Disposal

Virtual reality allows real estate listings to be viewed round the clock, thus allowing a truly seamless viewing experience. Virtual reality headsets allow homebuyers to visit properties at any time without the need for real estate agents.

Saves Time for the Buyer

Coordinating property tours can be a challenge. Not all of the properties you’re viewing will likely be in the same locality. These virtual tours can be the first step in this online property viewing revolution. Moreover, you can view properties in other states, countries, or around the world! Viewing a property doesn’t have to be hurried by the agent or the seller. These virtual tours are about making sure that you make a confident and well-thought decision without any rush.


Food & Art Tours Relaunch on Atlanta BeltLine

ATLANTAMay 26, 2021PRLog — BiteLines has relaunched its food and art tours on the Atlanta BeltLine, a top destination in Atlanta. The tour starts at Krog Street Market, named “one of the world’s best food halls” by Travel & Leisure, and winds its way through the heart of the trendy Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, stopping to sample food from some of Atlanta’s most popular restaurants, such as Nina & Rafi and Guac y Margys.

Along the way, tour participants can see why the Atlanta BeltLine is called the “South’s largest temporary outdoor art exhbition,” discovering murals, sculptures and street art and learning about artists through exclusive video interviews and interactive experiences. The tour explores murals in progress by local artists Jenevieve713 and arrrtaddict, sponsored by Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, as well as street art by emerging and renowned artists such as Tiny Doors ATL artist Karen Anderson Singer; Atlanta artists Greg Mike and H Dawg; and Mexican artist Hola Lou.

The Atlanta BeltLine is an urban renewal project that is adapting a former railroad corridor into a pedestrian trail. Eventually forming a 22-mile loop around Atlanta, it draws an estimated 2 million visitors a year and has spurred at least $6 billion in economic growth. It is a top tourist destination.

“Atlanta is reinventing itself, and the Atlanta BeltLine is ground zero,” said Nicole Gustin, Founder & CEO. “With two food halls and an explosion of new restaurants, a walk down the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail is a food lover’s dream.”

The BiteLines tour includes a history and overview of the BeltLine, as well as plans for upcoming restaurants and businesses. Beginning June 5, the Krog Street Market tour will be held on Saturdays at 11 a.m., with additional tours added later. BiteLines is targeted to both tourists and local residents, and offers custom tours for celebrations, special occasions and corporate events.

BiteLines is owned and operated by Nicole Gustin, a former journalist and longtime marketing professional. An Atlanta native who lives in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, Gustin has dined her way around the globe, and walked more than 1,000 miles on the Atlanta BeltLine.

“There are metro Atlanta residents and tourists who have heard of the BeltLine but don’t know how to get there or where to park. They might be intimidated by trying new restaurants for fear they will have a bad meal. We do all the work for them, and all they have to do is show up and have fun,” Gustin said.

BiteLines had just launched when the pandemic shut down most businesses in spring 2020. The tours are returning with COVID precautions in place, keeping to small groups and asking participants to wear masks at restaurants when not seated.

“We feel this is a good time to relaunch,” Gustin said. “People are ready to dine out again, and ready to explore.”

To book a tour, go to (