Roshan Melwani, manager of Sam’s Tailor in Tsim Sha Tsui, has seen business slow down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong Roshan Melwani, manager of Sam’s Tailor in Tsim Sha Tsui, has seen business slow down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong
Roshan Melwani, manager of Sam’s Tailor in Tsim Sha Tsui, has seen business slow down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong

Working from home, sagging tourist visits amid coronavirus snip Hong Kong’s tailoring industry

  • Tailors pin their hopes on a return to normalcy in Hong Kong, an increase in travellers to the city later in the year as the pandemic subsides
  • Some tailors said their business declined by as much as 80 per cent as the pandemic worsened this year

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Roshan Melwani, manager of Sam’s Tailor in Tsim Sha Tsui, has seen business slow down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong Roshan Melwani, manager of Sam’s Tailor in Tsim Sha Tsui, has seen business slow down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong
Roshan Melwani, manager of Sam’s Tailor in Tsim Sha Tsui, has seen business slow down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong
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