Global Geek Tour: Apliu Street electronics market roundup

Posted on Friday, April 20th, 2012 in Global Geek, week in review by DP

This week the Global Geek Tour took us to Shenzhen, China. On the way to Shenzhen we had a day in Hong Kong so we scoped out the Apliu Street electronics market. Check out our video and all the picture posts below.

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