Nanning wrote:I just see two angry customers who hate Chinese goods, are you sure that because the marking of "Made in China" is there it really is produced by Chinese not by Indian or Canada or other coutries? There is something called fake goods in the world, do you know?
Would you mind telling me what your countries have done to the world?
The US killed many innocent people in Iraq and other countries, worse than us,even if what you said is true.
Chinese goods generally are not the best in quality, but the selling point is the low price, you cannot buy low priced goods and keep complaining at the same time, do you think it is fair?
The G-20 Summit to save the world is actually G-2 Summit, one is the US, the other is my China, which is the fact recognized by all the world but you two.
Have a good sleep and think twice, thank you.
What a load of ~. I did not stop by for this ~!!! You seem conveniently forgetting the latest milk formula incident. And then the lead toys. Shall I go on for more?
You Chinese people are good at business by breaking the price (oh I can name how many times you people have screwed other people' businesses over and over for your very low price). And you choose quantity over quality. Walmart, in the US, is an example of how low you can go to associate with evil. Walmart is a US company; however, most of their products are bought or made in China because the price is just so cheap. A t-shirt made in China for about $1 or less can be sold for about $10 at Walmart stores in the States. It'd be a very good business benefiting both countries if Chinese supervisors weren't so darn cruel. Women, especially, are abused in those factories; they have to endure long working hours and bad housing. It gets sadder when they are underpaid for the hard work they have to put out. Some of them are even physically abused.
Now tell me, you think this is right because the US companies give you the money, so it's business: do what you've gotta do????? I call it BS.