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Ling Poon

Page Creation Date
2018.09.12

Page Update Date
2020.01.09

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From his ties to her bags

Old neckties are getting a second life after being transformed into bags with colourful depictions of the Star Ferry, trams and other Hong Kong icons by mothers from low-income families.
Ling Poon, who is working with social enterprise Les Beatitudes, is one of these "sewing mums" who upcycle used ties into bags.

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