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French jeweller Fred Hong Kong debut

The first Fred Hong Kong boutique has opened on the second floor of Elements shopping centre.

Hybrid strategy drives Eslite Hong Kong success

Eslite Hong Kong, one of Taiwan’s major bookstore and lifestyle companies, has established two stores since arriving in 2012.

CiPU Hong Kong second store opens

The second CiPU Hong Kong store has opened – a shop-in-shop inside books and lifestyle retailer Tai Koo.

Nature Republic shutters TST flagship

Korean cosmetics retailer Nature Republic has shuttered its Tsim Sha Tsui flagship store – seven months before the end of its lease.

Drunken Pot promises new vibe in Tsim Sha Tsui

Hot pot shakes-off its old fashioned image with a hip new interpretation of the beloved tradition at The Drunken Pot.

Haagen-Dazs Hong Kong confident tainted drink a one-off

Haagen-Dazs Hong Kong has called in its insurers as publicity grows over a woman who found a sponge at the bottom of a milkshake bought at iSquare Tsim Sha Tsui nine days ago.

Burger King Hong Kong shutters stores

Burger King Hong Kong has closed fast food restaurants in Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei, Wong Tai Sin and Tseung Kwan O.

Aland Hong Kong: Korea’s answer to Urban Outfitters

Aland Hong Kong – Korea’s answer to Urban Outfitters – now has three stores in the territory.

The Butchers Club Burger to open in K-11

Popular Wan Chai eatery The Butchers Club Burger plans to open a second eatery – across the harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Government promises tourism fraud fight

The Hong Kong government has vowed to step up its tourism fraud fight in the wake of an apparent increase in Mainland Chinese being coerced by guides into spending at certain stores.

Tour group shopping scammer arrested

Customs officials have promised to clamp down on tour group shopping scammers after the arrest of a woman caught coercing tourists to spend at a shop in Hung Hom yesterday.

Gordon Ramsay plans more eateries

Celebrity chef and TV personality Gordon Ramsay says he plans two more restaurants next year in Hong Kong.