This popular purveyor of Chinese goods has 17 stores across Hong Kong, and the flagship one features seven floors laden with everything from clothing and housewares to traditional medicine. The logic behind its layout is hard to fathom, so go with time to rifle around. As well as the predictable tablecloths, silk pajamas, and chopsticks, there are cheap and colorful porcelain sets and offbeat local favorites like mini-massage chairs. The top floor is entirely given over
to tea—you can pick up a HK$50 packet of leaves or an antique Yixing teapot stretching into the thousands.