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Hong Kong is divided into 18 administrative districts. 區 is read in Cantonese as kēui.

Store number 1 is in Causeway Bay (銅鑼灣). Causeway Bay is an area in Wan Chai District (灣仔區), on Hong Kong Island. The district is one of the most affluent with the highest income in Hong Kong. 銅鑼灣 is read in Cantonese as Tùhnglòh wàahn.


Store number 2 is at ifc mall (國際金融中心商場) in Central (中環). 中環 is read in Cantonese as Jūng Wàahn. Central is the CBD of Hong Kong. Located in Central and Western District (中西區), there are many office and government buildings as well as hotels.





Store number 3 is at Festival Walk (又一城) in Kowloon Tong (九龍塘). 九龍塘 is read in Cantonese as Gáulùng Tòng. Kowloon Tong is home to many wealthy residents, to Hong Kong’s free-to-air TV stations (TVB, ATV), and to Hong Kong’s oldest radio station (Radio Television Hong Kong). Hong Kong Baptist University and City University of Hong Kong are also locate here.

Kowloon Tong is divided between Kowloon City District and Sham Shui Po District (深水埗區), most of Kowloon Tong is in the former. However, Festival Walk is in the latter. 深水埗區 is read in Cantonese as Sāmséuibóu kēui.





Store number 4 is at apm Hong Kong in Kwun Tong (觀塘). 觀塘 is read in Cantonese as Gūn tòhng. It is an area in Kwun Tong District (觀塘區), which has the second-highest population in Hong Kong, behind Sha Tin District. apm Hong Kong is a vertical mall next to Kwun Tong MTR Station.


Store number 5 is at New Town Plaza (新城市廣場) in Sha Tin (沙田). 沙田 is read in Cantonese as Sāa tìhn.

Sha Tin, also spelt Shatin, is an area in Sha Tin District. Sha Tin is the most populous area in New Territories (新界; read in Cantonese as Sān’gaai). New Territories itself makes up 86.2% of Hong Kong’s territory and contains around half of Hong Kong’s population.

新城市廣場 is read in Cantonese as san1 sing4 si5 gwong2 cheung4.





Store number 6 is on Canton Road (廣東道) in Tsim Sha Tsui (尖沙咀). 尖沙咀 is read in Cantonese as Jīmsājéui. This area is part of Yau Tsim Mong District (油尖旺區; read as Yàuhjīmwohng kēui). 廣東道 is read as gwong2 dung1 dou6.