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GRANDVILLE ROAD Dotted along Tsim Sha Tsui’s Granville Road are fashion factory outlets piled high with international and local brands, and boutiques selling budget and mid-priced youth street labels. The Rise Shopping Arcade on Granville Road and nearby Beverly Shopping Centre on Chatham Road South are where you’re most likely to spot Hong Kong’s next generation of fashion designers hunting for something quirky and innovative.
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Stanley Market is where I'd go to find odds and ends that one can't find at Park N Shop. Pencil sharpener? Baskets? Cheap blown glass HK jewelry that I love? Stanley has it all. Beware though, you must fight the oh-so-slow-moving tourists, especially on the weekend.
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Sham Shui Po - “This working class neighbourhood is home to electronic stores, clothing stores and countless fabric and accessories stores. If you’re like me and love DIY projects then this is the area for you. I came home with scraps of beautiful embossed leather (four pieces for only $40 AUD) that I plan on making into notebooks or clutches. If you’ve lost the remote to your air conditioner – I kid you not – then here you’ll find a whole stall dedicated to air conditioner remotes. The…
Laris – contemporary fine dining in Central by Sassy Hong Kong - http://www.zap.hk/news-item/laris-contemporary-fine-dining-in-central (There seems to be no slowing down in 2013 for Dining Concepts! Hot on the heels of Sergi Arolas Vi Cool and Mario Batalis Lupa and Carnevino, theyve now partnered with David Laris, Australian chef and entrepreneur, to bring Laris Contemporary Dining to Hong Kong. For years,...)