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That's exactly what I was thinking. He certainly couldn't dedicate the required time to his clientele whilst training new staff. The opportunity probably presented itself within the last few weeks.I would have thought HK travel to mainland should have been easy, you would have to deal with 14 days quarantine (both ways) but that's about it.
got a lot friend few to China for business since probably May (though all from Taiwan, mostly go back for job rather than travel back and forth as it's 14 days quarantine both ways so it adds up).
edit: though if you're a shoe maker 14 days both way are mostly lost I suppose, it's not like you can just work on spreadsheet and do some zoom call...
You probably will see an improvement. Same staff. Same workshop. As I mentioned, the staff requires something tangible in which to implement these newly acquired skills.The shoes definitely look like they’ve had an improvement. Would be interesting if someone had a pair from when they rolled out vs current. I’ll also be curious to see if Yeossal has experienced a similar jump since I’ll have a few generations of theirs when my next order arrives in the next few months.
Look at my posts on ig I’ve taken all my pairs through the ringer at least once. Not that much effort. Wipe off, let dry, and brush.maybe I just abuse my shell a lot, I have no problem bring it back to life, but it takes too much work (and when I say I abuse I mean mud/snow/rain/salt don't care, just feel once it got water spot and bloom it takes more work than calf)