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What to Expect from Recovery, According to a Hong Kong Entrepreneur Cheryl Leung's Hong Kong-based fashion brand is months ahead U.S. businesses in terms of recovery. Here's what she says you should expect.

By Stephanie Schomer

This story appears in the July 2020 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

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Cheryl Leung knows what the future looks like — and it's looking pretty good.

Leung is the founder of Sau Lee, a fashion brand based in Hong Kong, the city where she grew up. It's also a city that felt the effects of the coronavirus crisis well ahead of the United States and, in turn, got a head start on its recovery.

"We have seen Hong Kong kind of come back to life," Leung said in early May, just after the city had started reopening businesses, restaurants, and gyms. "Businesses are starting to get more crowded, and you can feel a sense of positivity when you go out. People are still quite careful, but there's a more vibrant energy going around."

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