Get rid of the Old, Make way for the New

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Be­ing a prom­i­nent fig­ure in Hong Kong, Lelia has to at­tend a myr­iad of dif­fer­ent so­cial oc­ca­sions. Her 25-year-old daugh­ter, Florence Tsai, has re­cently started to at­tend so­cial events with Lelia. Both of them have to choose jew­ellery to mix and match with their evening dresses prior to the events ev­ery time. How­ever, Florence says that “Cer­tain jew­ellery pieces that have been seen in news­pa­pers and mag­a­zines are out­dated.” Be­ing an am­a­teur jew­ellery de­signer, Florence likes sim­ple and trendy jew­ellery, while Lelia’s col­lec­tions are mostly big­ger pieces from the 80s and 90s. Lelia men­tions, “In fact, I am not go­ing to wear the jew­ellery again once it is shown in the news­pa­per. Christ­mas and Chi­nese New Year are around the cor­ner, it’s time to sell some dated pieces, find them new homes to fund new jew­ellery and watch pur­chases or go on a nice holiday.”

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