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After Lam Leung left Advance Plastics and returned to Wing Sun Plastics, he was disillusioned with the job prospect. Eager to excel himself, he started Fuk Wo Products and B Alice Doll Fashions Limited. The owner of Wing Sun Plastics, Mr Yeung, did not object to Lam's adventures, so Lam was able to
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1960s
In 1952, Lam Leung accepted Mr. Yeung’s offer and returned to Winsome Plastic Works. Lam’s friends disagreed with this move, thinking that Winsome was poorly managed at that time. Lam therefore decided to start up another business. In 1955, he opened Forward Products. Co., which manufactured western
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1950s
In the 1950s, apart from engaging in raw material business at Yuen Hing Hong Co. Ltd, Lam also ran a few plastic factories and met with clients frequently to obtain orders. Lam’s fine reputation in the plastic manufacturing industry helped him develop his business. Foreign-made toys generally did no
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1950s-1960s
Apart from bank loan, plastic industrialists also borrowed from loan sharks. Interest rate was rather harsh. At that time the government did not impose control on private loan. Those who reported to the government would lose their borrowing privileges. It was a common practice that creditors could n
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1950s-1960s
With the exception of rich Shanghainese industrialists, most Hong Kong-based toy manufacturers in the 1950s came from a humble background. Constrained by a lack of fund, technology and experience, they struggled to keep their business survived. Lam tried his best to help his industrial partners to s
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1950s
Forward Winsome Industries Ltd’s earliest OEM client was British toy maker, Palitoy. Fowind helped Palitoy manufactured “Action Man” figures (known as “G I Joe” in the USA). Palitoy was later bought by American toy company Hasbro, which became Fowind’s new client. Hasbro often made large orders and
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1970s-1990s
At the beginning the factory of Fowind was located at Pan Hoi Street, Quarry Bay. The company rented some space in a warehouse building owned by Wu Man Hon. In 1963 or 1964, the factory was demolished and resettled to Hop Shi Factory Building in Chai Wan. Lam Leung borrowed money to buy a premise of
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1960s-1970s
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