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Hong Kong’s Michelin-starred Qi-House of Sichuan is to have a sister restaurant, Qi-Nine Dragons, in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The new Hong Kong Maison Eight restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui, boasts a design and menu bringing “a true sartorial attitude to Hong Kong’s dining scene”.
A Hong Kong beauty parlour owner has been arrested for misleading omissions in the sale of services.
Tableware and gifts retailer Town House is opening a fully fledged shop in Wing On department store, Sheung Wan.
The current Hong Kong retail rent slump will continue “until at least 2017,” real estate services company CBRE says in a new report.
Korean art and fashion brand Youk Shim Won has opened its first Hong Kong store, leveraging on the city’s international status to raise its brand image globally.
Tsim Sha Tsui retail rents fell 7.5 per cent quarter-on-quarter according to CBRE HK Commercial Real Estate MarketView Preview for the first quarter of 2016.
Macau restaurant chain operator and retailer Future Bright Holdings has posted its first loss in many years, battered by declining tourist numbers.
Proceeds of the sale of The One in Nathan Rd helped property company Chinese Estates increase its profit by 340 per cent to HK$16.78 billion.
Harbour City retail revenue rose 5 per cent last year and demand for space from prospective tenants remains high.
Customs officers have arrested a 40-year-old salesman at a Hong Kong ginseng store suspected of scamming customers by misrepresenting the price of goods.
RICS forecast shows a double digit decline in occupier sentiment as the Hong Kong retail market suffers downturn.