More than 700 bidders at the Mandarin Oriental vied for 319 works of Chinese ink-painting and Calligraphy and 39 pieces of Chinese Classical furniture. The Chinese ink-paintings and calligraphy session came to a total of 354 million HKD/ 45.6 million USD almost three times the original estimate of 120 million HKD.
- Qi Bashi, Album of Mountains and Rivers, 1922, in coloured ink consigned from the estate of a leading Japanese collector, Yakichirosuma, which after bids from over 20 buyers was sold for 46 m HKD/ 5.9 m USD.
- Xu Beihong The Eagle and the Pine Tree, 1936 21,275,000 HKD/ 2.7 m USD. The work was given by the artist as a gift to the Chairman of Hunan province, He Jian.
- Ren Yi, Birds and Flowers, 1891, 17,250,000HKD/ 2.2 m USD.
- Landscape after Dong Wenmin, 1676, by renowned landscape painter Wang Jian 17.25m HKD/ 2.2 m USD.
- Li Keran, The Sun after the Rain, 1965, 16,100,000 HKD/ 2 m USD.
- Wang Hui, Bamboo and Pine Tree, 1714, 14,950,000 HKD / 1.9 m USD.
- Fu Baoshi, Scholar Living in the Mountain, 1943, 13,225,000 HKD / 1.7 m USD.
- Landscapes after Ancient Masters, Wu Hufan, 1950, 9,430,000 HKD / 1.2 m USD
- Wu Hufan, Enjoying the Nature, 1943, 7,475,000 HKD / 964,225 USD
- Xu Beihong Grand Pine Tree, 1934, 7,015,000 HKD/ 904,888 USD
The Chinese classical furniture session came to a total of 101 million HKD / 13 million USD compared to the pre-sale estimate of 65 million HKD / 8.3 million USD.
- A late Ming period Huanghuali rectangular table with everted flanges sold for 10,350,000 HKD/ 1.3 million USD
- An early Qing Huanghuali Square Corner cabinet with Dragon Decoration sold for 8,165,000 HKD/ over 1 million USD
- A Qianlong period pair of zitan display cabinets with dragon decoration sold for 6,900,000HKD /890,053 USD;
- A late Ming/ Early Qing Period Huanghuali recessed-leg painting table sold for 6,785,000 HKD/ 875,219 USD
- an early Qing Huanghuali Kang Table with everted flanges and foot-stretcher sold for 6,325,000 HKD/ 815,882 USD.