The answer is a resounding YES!
Here are some of the choice Chinese brands that are redefining their image and making an impact in their home country.
According to CNN International's CNNGo for Asia, Shanghai has seen its renaissance in the form of the Feiyue sneaker, which is constantly worn by locals and tourists alike--so much so that a Belgian businessman decided to revive the hip shoe under the name Sudu ("Speed addiction" in Chinese.) The shoes will be on sale later in 2011.
The Chinese sports apparel company Li Ning Co. Ltd. is known as the Nike of China. (Infact, they have a red flame like symbol that looks strikingly similar to the Nike logo!) While it's quickly breaking into the
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