HONG KONG, CHINA - Media OutReach - 12 June 2020 - Solomon Systech Limited will participate in the “Striving and Transforming — The History of Hong Kong Industry” exhibition in Hong Kong, showcasing about 1,200 sets of classic Hong Kong-made products over the past century. Jointly organized by the Hong Kong Museum of History (“Museum”) and the Federation of Hong Kong Industries (“FHKI”), the exhibition is part of the FHKI 60th anniversary promotion campaign. The classic Hong Kong-made products ranging from Solomon Systech ICs, Solar pressure lantern, Mino transistor radio to Equity clock will be showcased at Special Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of History and running for more than two months from 17 June to 24 August, 2020. Background of the exhibition Year 2020 is the 60th anniversary of the FHKI, the exhibition has collated about 1,200 sets of items from companies and museums to show how industrialists strived for success and pay generous tribute to the working class for its contribution to Hong Kong’s industrial development in the past decades. Having the fact that many factories were relocated to the Mainland China in recent years, Hong Kong, still, remains a base for decision making, product design and promotion in addition to… Read full this story
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