Nicely Made in China (NMiC) would like to wish all our readers and loyal sponsors (Beijing-based travel agent Travel-Stone, joint ventures & mergers specialists Palazzari & Turries and Shanghai Trio – corporate gifts, handmade crafts) a very happy new year of the snake. May this year bring you and your loved ones happiness, health and good fortune.
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There’s nothing worse than getting a stain on your favorite garment and not knowing how to clean it. In the following article Virginie Fournier – owner and main designer of Shanghai Trio – and one of Nicely Made in China’s partners – gives Nicely Made in China readers a few tips on how to keep delicate and favorite articles in good shape for a long time.
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Latest: Meuh! stopped its activities in June 2012.
This week’s story comes from “Paris of the East”, as Shanghai used to be fondly known. We meet Hélène Meunier, a young French mother of 2, long term Shanghai resident and the creator of the Meuh! fashion brand. Nicely Made in China (NMiC) caught up with her between fittings to talk about her love of vintage clothes and how her brand has been adopted by fashion-conscious Shanghai « belles ».
Nicely Made in China (NMiC) is happy to announce that today the 500 fans mark was reached on our Facebook page!
We take this opportunity to also thank the 160 who have registered to receive our newsletter and the 400 readers who follow Nicely Made in China via RSS.
We wish you all a nice month of August!
On this lantern festival celebration Nicely Made in China wishes all its readers a very happy and prosperous year of the rabbit!
We look forward to bringing you many more quality products made in China in the year ahead.
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It’s Christmas time, and Nicely Made in China (NMiC) would like to thank our readers -the 329 Facebook fans, the 280+ Rss subscribers as well as the 122 who have subscribed to our newsletter- for the wonderful gift they have provided. They have helped turn 2010 into a success for our budding website, giving further opportunities to the site’s small companies to have a louder voice in a very crowded marketplace.
Dear ReadersA couple of days ago, our website received its 20,000th unique visitor!NMiC management would like to thank all the people who helped Nicely Made in China become what it is today: a very much talked about blog followed by 6,000 people every month… and growing! Watch this space for more quality products and services from China, and new developments.Among notable articles Nicely Made in China was on the South China Morning Post business section front page on Monday August 30th 2010 (the website is accessible to subscribers only).Here are some more links to some of the articles published during NMiC’s short existence:And do not forget that we have a Facebook page where you can join our other fans!