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Hong Kong's slipper business revamped

Hong Kong was once the factory of the world - making everything from electronics to toys.

But after China opened up in the late 1970s, many businesses moved to the mainland, where the costs were lower.

Decades on, only a few traditional trades remain in Hong Kong. One of them makes hand embroidered shoes.

Miru Wong is the third generation owner of this niche enterprise. She told us how she's revamping the family business.

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  • 25 Nov 2015
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