And your average U.S.A. flag is made in China, Too.

Via on Apr 29, 2008

Oops! Chinese factory unintentionally made ‘Free Tibet’ flags
Mon, 04/28/2008 – 11:04am

Ah, globalization at work: Workers at a factory in China’s southern Guangdong province were making “Free Tibet” flags, naively unaware of what the colorful flags — banned in China — represented.

The owner of the factory said the orders for the flags had been placed from overseas.

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One Response to “And your average U.S.A. flag is made in China, Too.”

  1. […] point? Is this good or bad? Is this a lot of both (probably)—and if so, how? Should be boycott or buycott? Or buy away! Well, if you ask us, the choice is clear: go local and keep the Christmas spirit […]

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