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Chinese vs. Hong Kong quality

Is there a difference?

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This may apply more to thrifters, those in retail over the years or someone who has bought a lot of clothes in the past.

So when I go thrifting, I notice a difference between Chinese and Hong Kong stuff. Hong Kong stuff tends to use a little better fabric and construction. I also see this in Korean made coats and shirts. Any comments/experiences on vintage garments from the two countries or origin?
 
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