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Tung Po Kitchen
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Select 18 / Mido Eyeglasses
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Eaton Hotel
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Wing Kee Noodles
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This Town Needs
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Bound By Hillywood
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still house Haven
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Vinyl Hero
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Potato Head
Hong Kong

Tedman Lee's Hong Kong Spots

DJ, party thrower, founder of clothing label 'The Private Label' and creative consultant for brands in the HK and China markets, Tedman Lee has his fingers in many pies. Hailing from HK, he describes his city as the epitome of East meets West. “Although the city used to be way more romantic back in the day, it still has the perfect blend of nostalgic-modern juxtaposition. Everything you love about the city is also the reason you hate it.”
Tedman’s favourite neighbourhood is Sham Shui Po. “This is the old side of the city where you can find it all - old markets, street food, record shops, toy shops, electronic goods, fabric, bootleg, etc. It's the most cultured district in Hong Kong in my opinion.”

City tips:
There are things going on all year around, but best to avoid the summer months
“Jeng” (正) = Dope.

DJ, party thrower, founder of clothing label 'The Private Label' and creative consultant for brands in the HK and China markets, Tedman Lee has his fingers in many pies. Hailing from HK, he describes his city as the epitome of East meets West. “Although the city used to be way more romantic back in the day, it still has the perfect blend of nostalgic-modern juxtaposition. Everything you love about the city is also the reason you hate it.”
Tedman’s favourite neighbourhood is Sham Shui Po. “This is the old side of the city where you can find it all - old markets, street food, record shops, toy shops, electronic goods, fabric, bootleg, etc. It's the most cultured district in Hong Kong in my opinion.”

City tips:
There are things going on all year around, but best to avoid the summer months
“Jeng” (正) = Dope.

Tung Po Kitchen

"Most famous dai pai dong on the island. Good vibes all around, drunk staff, good food, corny but awesome music on blast, all in a wet market...can’t ask for more"

Closed now
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Select 18 / Mido Eyeglasses

"Vintage shop with a unique and nostalgic selection of antique from the colonial days of Hong Kong along with super rare vintage eyewear and vinyl records"

Closed now

Wing Kee Noodles

"Go get a bowl of the famous Hong Kong styled cart noodles. There was a long heritage of street vendors during the 1950s in carts until they all got banned by the government due to hygiene regulations. Now they're all in shops"

Closed now
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This Town Needs

"A reincarnation of the famous music venue Hidden Agenda with a long heritage of getting shut down by the local government"

Bound By Hillywood

"The neighbourhood bar in Prince Edward where all the local creatives hang out at. Go and ask for a cocktail with yuk bing siu"

still house Haven

"The Private Label is stocked here along with a few other contemporary clothing labels from Hong Kong. Go get a cup of honey americano and look at some local designs"

Vinyl Hero

"Amazing selection of vinyl records. Be sure to have a few hours to kill and be ready for long conversations"

Potato Head

"Fusion diner designed by Sou Fujimoto with a dope vinyl music room"