A media tour of Novetex Textiles in Tai Po, Hong Kong, gives photojournalists a glimpse of the production of CuMask+. Most of the masks are being made at a facility in Vietnam, while the the rest are assembled, disinfected and packed at three local facilities, including Novetex Textiles. Photo: Robert Ng A media tour of Novetex Textiles in Tai Po, Hong Kong, gives photojournalists a glimpse of the production of CuMask+. Most of the masks are being made at a facility in Vietnam, while the the rest are assembled, disinfected and packed at three local facilities, including Novetex Textiles. Photo: Robert Ng
A media tour of Novetex Textiles in Tai Po, Hong Kong, gives photojournalists a glimpse of the production of CuMask+. Most of the masks are being made at a facility in Vietnam, while the the rest are assembled, disinfected and packed at three local facilities, including Novetex Textiles. Photo: Robert Ng
Amy Liu Mei Heung
Opinion

Opinion

Amy Liu Mei Heung

Hong Kong’s reusable masks should be lauded for reinvigorating the ‘Made in Hong Kong’ brand

  • Though CuMask+ did not come in time for the worst of Hong Kong’s mask shortage and is largely not made locally, it is nonetheless a showcase of Hong Kong innovation and a feat of industrial cooperation in a city with no longer much of a manufacturing base

A media tour of Novetex Textiles in Tai Po, Hong Kong, gives photojournalists a glimpse of the production of CuMask+. Most of the masks are being made at a facility in Vietnam, while the the rest are assembled, disinfected and packed at three local facilities, including Novetex Textiles. Photo: Robert Ng A media tour of Novetex Textiles in Tai Po, Hong Kong, gives photojournalists a glimpse of the production of CuMask+. Most of the masks are being made at a facility in Vietnam, while the the rest are assembled, disinfected and packed at three local facilities, including Novetex Textiles. Photo: Robert Ng
A media tour of Novetex Textiles in Tai Po, Hong Kong, gives photojournalists a glimpse of the production of CuMask+. Most of the masks are being made at a facility in Vietnam, while the the rest are assembled, disinfected and packed at three local facilities, including Novetex Textiles. Photo: Robert Ng
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