China's silk embroidery culture gets a makeover

Silk embroidery is an ancient craft in China and a staple of its national culture.

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    Silk embroidery is an ancient craft in China and a staple of its national culture.

    But its future may be in danger as loyal consumers are seeking more modern designs.

    A group of innovative artisans, however, is giving the trade a makeover.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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