Please don’t look down on Made in China.
As a person who is engaged in the VR industry and loves the VR industry, in an occasional facebook discussion group, I met a guest who was looking for a VR device. I am leaving a message saying that our company is a leading company in China’s VR industry, and we can help him build a VR project. As a result, I received a reply from the guest: Sorry, I will never consider buying a Chinese VR device. As a Chinese, I am very disappointed. Is this a misunderstanding about Chinese manufacturing and Chinese technology?
Throughout the world, in terms of the total output value of the manufacturing industry, the “world factory” is by no means a name, and China is the first in the world. Once upon a time, the most common impression that “Made in China” gave foreign consumers was “mass production” and “poor quality”. Even many Chinese who travel abroad are very worried about the “Made in China” printed on the items they bought. However, with China’s goal of transforming from a manufacturing power to a manufacturing powerhouse, “Made in China” has begun to make great strides toward “China’s quality” and “China’s wisdom”. Nowadays, new products such as virtual reality experience machines, driverless cars, and intelligent drones are emerging one after another, and research is deepening. Made in China, it is transforming China’s intellectual creation and creation.
From the beginning of processing trade, at the expense of excessive consumption of resources and resources, relying on low labor costs, lack of core technology and the pain of independent brands, the image of “Made in China” is going away. “China’s wisdom” will become a big and strong Chinese manufacturing industry. New business cards that achieve leapfrog development, enter the world in terms of innovation and comprehensive competitiveness.