Our gifts

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Illustration of Pawel Kuczysnki

The Christmas season is one of the periods when you buy more things. Gifts are one of the undeniable ways to present yourself as guests in the homes of friends and relatives.
Often a gift, even if of little value, can represent a lot, even the symbol of a friendship. Among adults, it is often a formality. But how many Chinese products do we buy? Surely many. And although we don’t buy them directly from the Chinese store, the origin of most of the products, above all the technological ones, is Chinese. It’s funny to think how many of the things we use have been produced in China: it’s like thinking that every Chinese worker gives us a gift when we find a low-cost product.

5 thoughts on “Our gifts

  1. Miserable
    Let me clarify something. Corporations of the Central Empire have long been established in Mexico and other countries, with a lower labor cost for China and turning workers into slaves without rest or rights. I would suggest that the same money we spend to buy a gift of that origin, we give a plate of food to those who have less on Christmas Eve. A cordial greeting.

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