A tourist from Shanghai who bought a bangle purported to be made of natural jade from a Hong Kong shop, which was found to be made from dyed material, has complained to the China Consumers' Association. An article on the association's website says the tourist paid more than HK$20,000 for the piece in a shop in Jordan over Christmas. The shopkeeper and the receipt had indicated the jade was natural. The tourist took the piece to be checked at East China University of Science and Technology, where it was found to have been coloured and worth just several hundred dollars. The tourist got a full refund later after a probe by Shanghai and Hong Kong industrial associations.