March 2009
Forbes Asia;3/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p6
The article reports that Cai Mingchao, a Chinese antiques collector and advocate of repatriating antiquities, has announced that he won the bidding for two Qing Dynasty bronze animal heads but won't pay up. The bogus bidding in the $40 million sale at the recent record-breaking auction of the Yves Saint Laurent collection involves France, China and Christie's. Information on the updates and highlights of the website, www.forbes.com, is also presented.


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