Dung Foo Kei was founded by Grandpa Dung Fu. It opened in April 1961 at No. 26 Ki Lung Street in Sham Shui Po, specializing in the production of sewing machine parts. In November 1963, it moved to shop 198 Tong Mei Road in Tai Kok Tsui. The daily business was handled by Father Dung Sen-yiu and Uncle Dung Fui-yiu, while Grandpa Dung Fu managed the accounts. Dung Fu passed away in 1972 and the factory was inherited by the Dung brothers. At its peak, two cousins joined and there were a total of four employees. Entering the 90s, with the decline of the Hong Kong textile industry, Dung Foo Kei fell into difficulties and persisted until it closed in January 1999. The machines that accompanied the father for many years were all sold at a low price, leaving only a small number of tools as mementos. The story of Dung Foo Kei and three generations of the Dung family was written in a semi-fictional manner in the novel Works And Creations, As Vivid As Real.