The Nanyang cotton mill in Hong Kong in 1950. Photo: Getty ImagesThe Nanyang cotton mill in Hong Kong in 1950. Photo: Getty Images
The Nanyang cotton mill in Hong Kong in 1950. Photo: Getty Images
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

‘Made in Hong Kong’: a trusted mark of quality it took decades to build

  • Forcing the ‘Made in China’ label upon Hong Kong-manufactured goods has squandered an international recognition of quality
  • When Japan was considered the factory of the world, much like China has become, ‘Made in Japan’ was not always a proud boast

The Nanyang cotton mill in Hong Kong in 1950. Photo: Getty ImagesThe Nanyang cotton mill in Hong Kong in 1950. Photo: Getty Images
The Nanyang cotton mill in Hong Kong in 1950. Photo: Getty Images
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