CRAFTING POST-DIGITAL FASHION IN HONG KONG – TAASA Review March 2018

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Patricia Flanagan T he name Hong Kong, of Cantonese origin, means `fragrant harbour’, a name earned from the scent of sandalwood incense stock piles that merchant seamen could smell from their ships when entering the harbour.

Between 1841­1997, Hong Kong was ruled by the British, then returned to the People’s Republic of China.

It has long been renowned as a gateway between East and West, where shipping lanes, railway lines and road networks converge...