Two weeks visiting Hong Kong is not something tourists do. We were lucky. Hong Kong style tea and ying/yang became a part of our daily existence. We were blown away by the commerce, organization and volume.

ABC Books
Airmail Envelopes
Almond Cakes
Basket Tray
Brown Sugar Bars
Coffee / Teapot
Egg Noodles
Egg Tart Cups
Exercise Book Set
Frying Tool Number 8
Glass Snuff Bottle
Gold Crucible
Golden Oolong Tea
Green Nylon Twine
Hanging S
Happiness Matches
Harsh Tobacco
Hell Stock Certificates
Kitchen Knife
Kite String
Large Basket
Mee Wah Toothbrush
Metal Saucepan
Nylon Bag
Orange Ladle
Paint Brush
Paper Hat
Paper Ping Pong Set
Paper Shoes
Plain Envelopes
Plaster Pallet
Preserved Plums Blue Bag
Preserved Plums Green Bag
Pu-Erh Tea
Red Lampshade
Red Net Bag Huge
Sandalwood Incense
Sannex Rubber Bands
Shrimp Noodles
Smith Milk Nougat
Stationary Knife
Tau Chun Soy Sauce
Tea Sock
Tea Strainer
Temple Street Calculator
The Hook
Tiger Playing Cards
Watermelon Ball
Welding Mask
White Flower Oil
Wiring Clips
Wok Brush
Wood Toy Sticks
Wrapping Paper