Do packaging equals to quality?
As is widely accepted that decorated gifts usually serve as a symbol of good taste, so people in mounting numbers are inclined to send gifts with appealing packaging to their relatives and friends. But dopackaging equals to quality?
I don’t really care about the packaging of the products, which is aiming to attract customer’s attention, arousing their curiosity and then stimulating their purchasing desire. What I care more about is the product and the person who send me the gift. But customers are often deceived by artificial external packing, believing that the more delicate the package seems，the superior the quality will be.
Sometimes things are in reverse, I once heard of a story that a wealthy man gave his son a Bible as a graduation present, which made the son angry and disappointed for he thought the Bible is too cheap to accept it. But many years later, after his father dead, the young man opened the Bible with regret and happened to find a sports car key between the pages.Sometimes we don't realize the good fortune we have or we could have because we expect "the packaging" to be different. What may appear as bad fortune may in fact be the door that is just waiting to be opened.