By Gordon Mathews, Tai-lok Lui
This publication indicates how the designated ehtnographic learn of intake in Hong Kong may end up in a deeper realizing of Hong Kong existence as an entire, in addition to of intake on the planet at large.
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Expenditure on clothes was not regular for most households. Adults seldom bought or had clothes made unless it was absolutely necessary. When these were necessary, a man would spend about $10 for a pair of trousers and a shirt; women would often buy a few yards of material[s] to be sewn either by themselves or by tailors into the traditional Chinese dress of a pair of slacks and a short over-garment. The only definite idea housewives had about expenditure on clothes was that about school uniforms for their children.
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Consuming Hong Kong by Gordon Mathews, Tai-lok Lui