People from Hong Kong have been making their way to the west side of the city for years, and they’ve been taking up residence at the new Staterbro’s Market, one of the most iconic marketplaces in the city.
It was founded by two businessmen in 2005 and has been attracting shoppers from around the world since then.
The Market opened on Wednesday with a market stall at the corner of Victoria Street and Macau Street.
While there are more than 1,000 stalls on Victoria Street, this one was the first stall to open on Macau.
This was followed by a new stall at Victoria Street on the morning of Wednesday, April 7, 2018, the same day the market opened.
People queued up for hours outside for the chance to get a taste of Hong Kong in person.
As of last Friday, the Market had about 500 people inside.
Staters Bro’s Market has been growing at an average rate of 10% a year since its opening.
Market stalls in Hong Kong are designed to provide customers with a unique shopping experience, but they are also a place where the customers can interact with locals.
There’s even a market where you can buy groceries, with the stalls selling snacks, breads and more.
If you’re heading to the Staterbrooks Market, take a look at this list of Hongkong market stalls.
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