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Hollywood Road, running from Sheung Wan in the west, through Soho and northern fringes of Central in the east, was one of the first roads built in Hong Kong. Laid by royal marine engineers and given its famous name well before that other, better known Hollywood, the road has been one of the city’s main thoroughfares for more than a hundred years. It’s also been one of the city’s most important centres of commerce. It was here that Chinese traders first brought their wares from across the border to sell and swap with British and European traders. It’s a commercial spirit that continues to flourish on the road today through the dozens of independent antique traders that have called the street home for decades.... Read More
Hollywood Road, running from Sheung Wan in the west, through Soho and northern fringes of Central in the east, was one of the first roads built in Hong Kong. Laid by royal marine engineers and given its famous name well before that other, better known Hollywood, the road has been one of the city’s main thoroughfares for more than a hundred years. It’s also been one of the city’s most important centres of commerce. It was here that Chinese traders first brought their wares from across the border to sell and swap with British and European traders. It’s a commercial spirit that continues to flourish on the road today through the dozens of independent antique traders that have called the street home for decades. There is no better place in the world to find top quality Chinese antiques, from Ming vases to the jade pieces Hong Kong has become famous for.
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