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Every shopping area and mall in Hong Kong has a trademark department store. World-class department stores from many countries have carved out a niche in Hong Kong. From the bastion of the British high street, Marks & Spencer, to SOGO... more of Japan, everything is available. Also popular are hometown favourites Wing On, Sincere, and Lane Crawford. Visit the popular Japanese-style emporiums, such as Seibu, SOGO or Mitsukoshi and be enthralled by their gourmet food halls, exclusive boutiques and quirky displays. The chain of China Products stores are the ideal place to pick up a gift for a loved one. You can find traditional padded silk jackets, embroidered cheongsams and even the latest electronic equipment. Hong Kong is a great shopping destination for all types of Asian arts, crafts and antiques. Valuable Chinese antiques, such as delicate vases, imperial embroidery and ancient pots can all be unearthed, as well as traditional silk garments, centuries-old opium pipes and historical photographs. Many shops can arrange to insure, pack and ship your goods safely back home. Hong Kong is the ideal place to make major purchases of antiques. For a wide variety of goods, such as porcelain, silk garments, musical instruments, seals and handicrafts, Chinese department stores offer a wide range and make good one-stop shops.You may wish to consider an expert's appraisal and the customs duty regulations in your home country before buying.