Chinese designer Jiang Qionger's Shang Xia has grown from a small boutique at Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai to an international presence with shops in Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Photo: Antony Dickson Chinese designer Jiang Qionger's Shang Xia has grown from a small boutique at Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai to an international presence with shops in Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Photo: Antony Dickson
Chinese designer Jiang Qionger's Shang Xia has grown from a small boutique at Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai to an international presence with shops in Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Photo: Antony Dickson
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China’s talent exchange programmes can help unlock creativity and foster innovation

Shang Xia’s growth into an international brand is testimony to advantages that cross-border talent exchange programmes can bring

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Chinese designer Jiang Qionger's Shang Xia has grown from a small boutique at Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai to an international presence with shops in Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Photo: Antony Dickson Chinese designer Jiang Qionger's Shang Xia has grown from a small boutique at Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai to an international presence with shops in Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Photo: Antony Dickson
Chinese designer Jiang Qionger's Shang Xia has grown from a small boutique at Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai to an international presence with shops in Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Photo: Antony Dickson
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