This post was edited by aa@edward at 2011-12-23 18:55|
See, who will ever smell or buy Thai durians in Malaysia? Not to sour the Thais but this is an illustrative fact about quality and consumers’ choices. This is how people worship a product, for quality, of course!
It is honourable to love and respect one's own country and its products; but they must make sure that the quality of produces and products is better than or as good as foreign brands while they must not be more expensive than foreign ones. It is entirely up to the nationals of each nation to be smarter, more hygienic and proud of their own; otherwise, foreign brands will take the helms of the luxurious and lucrative market events. It is not a question of favouring foreign brands but a necessity to do so, if all things seem and smell bad, isn’t it?
In the case of China, how to educate Chinese producers to be proud Chinese folks is the job of CPC, isn't it? Tackling the choices of consumers is like riding on wild horses for the first time that goes no more than a meter further if consumables surface to be poisonous and food stuffs were dipped in gutter oils, don't you agree?
ABOVE in pictures: A classic example is truly illustrating the fact about quality and choices of consumers. See here the malay kumpung durians being smartened up with innovative titles by cina-malaysians in reproducing flavouring durians which are just finger licking beauties; men...you can't beat them, that's so good for the day!