“Brand China” suffered one setback after another in the recent months as goods made in the Middle Kingdom, from toys to tires to pet food, were found to be unsafe to use. Chinese officers denied that goods made in their country had poor quality, and instead blamed protectionism for the product recalls.
(Update: Mattel has admitted that its product recalls were mostly due to flawed design rather than shoddy manufacturing.)
I was browsing the
Is it really cheaper to buy thing in Hong Kong than in
A co-worker of mine bought a (Canon) 40D for 8250 Yuan in
But our fellows in Mainland prefer to shop in
不如你問下點解咁多自由行人士係 HK 買奶粉化妝品？？唔通內地無？？再平 D 都有，爭在你敢唔敢用之嘛
The fact that thing is slightly more expensive in
Why do so many independent travelers buy milk powder and cosmetics in
No problem! You go back to
It's free market and one should have the right to spend his money wherever he wants.
I will do that too if I happen to be in
1. I will not consider buying food (eg. mooncakes, milkpowder) in
2. I will not consider buying electronic gadgets in
It has been more than 10 years since Hong Kong was reverted to