Mobile Exhibit Puts A Positive Spin On “Made In China” [Pics]

Mobile Exhibit Puts A Positive Spin On “Made In China” [Pics]
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Architecture firm reminds us what Chinese design was historically about through everyday cultural objects.

Plus Aziz
  • 23 october 2013

Back in 2011, T Magazine, the NY Times’ style magazine interviewed Aric Chen, a reputable Chinese-American design curator, and asked him about the stereotype that Made in China means poor quality. He replied by saying that:

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