I've mentioned this before and I'll say it again. There are more BILLIONARE in China right now than the rest of the world combine. So it makes perfect sense that many shoe company are flocking up to get that money from the Chinese, that seems to have endless spending power. We know, Nike has embraced the Chinese New Year theme for their Air Force One for more than a decade now, but it has never entered the Year of The Dragon before. The Dragon is a mythical creature long feared by the Chinese, their Emperor that unites China from many kingdoms into a country was told to be a Dragon since he was so great and referred . So this coming Monday, January 23rd, 2012 marks the beginning of an even more prosperous year for the Chinese. Along with Nike, PUMA is also jumping on that bandwagon with the PUMA suede in an all red 'scaly' upper with gold lettering, symbolizing the lucky pocket given to children or unmarried young relatives and the scales of a dragon. To accompany the shoe, Puma also offers the T7 jacket to match in a vibrant rent colorway. Both are available now in Honk Kong, China and Taiwan.