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Sneaker company Ospop is now making fashion versions of the traditional Tian-Lang worker-sneaker. Their version comes in many colors and is made without sweatshop labor. Looks like a weird, sturdy little plimsol sneaker -- but something tells me the version that Chinese workers are sporting doesn't retail at $76 a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
Today, with “Chinoiserie” get popularity in the world increasingly, the old traditional culture a few decades ago has become loving elements by the fashion designers,except for the classical culture which usually be perceived as a symbol of Chinese culture. Ospop Jiefang Xie is such a typical example. Ospop was started... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
Dear Sir or Madam, Have a good day! Are you presently on the market for Ospop shoes? As a specialized manufacturer for this product in China, we sincerely hope to establish business relations with your esteemed corporation. Herewith please find our competitive offer as follows: Product: Ospop shoes: Durability: a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
The company’s education initiative provides scholarship opportunities for qualified students HONG KONG - June 30, 2008 - Tian Lang Trainers, the footwear of choice for hundreds of millions of farmers, miners, construction and factory workers, are available outside of China for the first time. ospop. is now offering this iconic... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
The TianLang Shoes company in Wen county,JiaoZuo,HeNan province, known as the professional vulcanized shoes manufacturer in China, continued to attract widespread attention from domestic and foreign visitors during a grand promotion organized by the city's government yesterday. The event, held in the Central Square between Hall A and B, gathered... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
Labeling one’s products as “Made in China” isn’t your typical marketing strategy, but OSPOP (or “ospop” — the capitalization standard has been mixed) has defiantly branded their footwear just that. With the Chinese character for “labor” or “work”, gong, they are proudly trumpeting the origins of these humble shoes, which... Continue reading
Posted Sep 25, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
A trip to China? Out of the question. Kicks from China? Right on. When Ospop teamed up with China-based TianLang Shoe Factory, they made a pair of sneaks modeled after the very same shoes that Chinese miners, farmers, factory and construction workers wear to the office (so to speak). They’ve... Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
“Blossomming inside but sweet outside”. In recent years, the “Chinese-style street fashion clothes” was in hot pursuit by the global countless stars and fashionistas . Known as the “father of restoring tooling work shoes”, OSPOP Skywolf shoes will officially listed in Chinese market overall tough. In addition, in the taobao... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
From the United Kingdom to Asia, and now in the USA, OSPOP shoes are the latest trend in designer footwear. From Hollywood stars like Orlando Bloom to top presenters in the fashion industry these line of shoes are fast becoming a favorite for the average everyday consumer. The company acronym... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
The Sole of a Worker -A simple shoe for Chinese laborers gets made over for Western consumers With spectacular Olympic structures in Beijing like the new international airport terminal, National Stadium and the Water Cube swimming center, China projects one image to the world. In the West, at least, many... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
Along with society develop more and more quickly, people’s consume habit is changing and brash ability also increase rapidly, and a newest design shoes arise in shoes market. Its name is Ospop and this shoe is made in China; its designment inspired depends on “Jiefang Xie” that Chinese workers wears... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog
Having made barely an improvement over the past four decades, Chinese sneaker brand Feiyue, with shoes costing about RMB40 a pair, had been ignored by people for ages. Things changed, however, when Frenchman Patrice Bastian started selling this classic Chinese brand in Europe in 2006, after making some modifications. With... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2010 at ospopshoes's blog