Wearable tech latest must-have for China’s proud pet owners

May 23, 2017 By Donny Kwok HONG KONG (Reuters) – Electronic device makers such as Hong Kong-listed SUGA and other start-ups are looking to cash-in on a boom in China in so-called pet wearables, like smart collars, leashes and feeders. Pet ownership, denounced as a decadent and bourgeois habit after the Communist Party took power in China more than 60 years ago, has become popular again among the country’s growing middle class. Lia Yang Liu, 39, a lecturer in Chinese literature at a Beijing university, bought a GPS tracker that…

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