It’s hard to pick gifts for people, especially if you are looking for something that is Hong Kong, but not too touristy. That’s why we're sharing this top 5 trending list to help you choose. In no particular order, our list includes gifts for those on the go and those who prefer the comfort of home.
Willow features landscape scenes featuring mountains, trees and pagodas illustrated in cobalt blue and white. Popular on traditional porcelain, especially vases, this inverted print has a blue background with white illustrations.
We all need a Hong Kong folding fan to keep in our bags for hot and humid days. This large fan has a bold print and wood frame with a convenient case embroidered with the phrase: 'A Hong Kong Fan'.
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Wine markers are an essential party tool to ensure your guests do not mix up their wine glasses. This fun set of six original GOD Mahjong silicone wine markers contains mahjong dragon tiles and would be a great gift set for anyone who loves Hong Kong and likes to entertain.
Mahjong is an ancient game from China that remains one of the most popular pastimes. It requires four players around a square table with players drawing tiles in turn. The objective is to be the first to collect a hand that matches specific patterns. Different winning hands have different values according to their difficulty in accumulation.
A GOD original, the Letterbox lightweight pouches are great to keep your valuables close to you. The lightweight pouch has a detachable strap that is adjustable in length to convert the bag from a crossbody to a belt bag.
The Letterbox bag is one of our most popular signature products and inspired by the metal letterboxes scattered throughout hallways in older Hong Kong buildings. Each letterbox is painted and marked in distinctive colours to be easily identified by its owner to differentiate them.
This soy wax jar candle features the GOD signature print Prosperity in sunny yellow and has a fresh lemon verbena scent. Auspicious symbols feature highly in Chinese culture as the Chinese like to surround themselves with objects and designs that exude positive energy. The reflective gold inside adds to the brightness and dance of the candlelight.
GOD jar candles are all made of soy wax which is natural and biodegradable. Due to their lower melting point than paraffin wax, soy candles burn slower, preventing tunnelling and providing a soot-free, even burn.
The latest book project by celebrated photographer and film director Fan Ho is compiled from never before seen images from his archive of old original negatives. In addition, the book begins with a touching foreword written by John Woo about his encounters with Fan Ho.
The flow of images takes you on a journey that loosely travels from west to east of Hong Kong island, from the boat people through construction and modernisation and across the harbour to the Kowloon side, ending in the New Territories and the quiet waters of Hong Kong. As the last director's cut from Fan Ho, may this journey brings some good old memories of old bygone Hong Kong to all of us.