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A far cry from your average bookstore, this shop is a treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds for those in the know. The tiny store has a laudable collection of first editions, antique books, signed novels and rare folios. Browse at leisure as you look for that first-edition Austen or Wilde you've always wanted. They keep updating their stock, so chances are you'll be back to find some new treasure each time. This is the bibliophiles haven, so if you're a book lover you should certainly make the effort to get here.
Located a couple of floors above the in-town check-in, this is a great place to pick up a book, whether heading out of town or not. Of course, there are travel books and maps for every destination, and the large selection of children's titles will keep many a youngster quiet for minutes, at least! Titles covering health and self-help, cookery, computers, finance and science fiction, as well as bestsellers and numerous magazines round out the shop's stock. Special orders can be requested and gift certificates are also available.
This comfortably crowded bookshop is the place for that daily dose of all things French. Magazines, daily newspapers, music CDs and a well-stocked video corner are this shop's big draw. Best-sellers, novels with Hong Kong and Chinese themes, guidebooks concentrating on Asia and France and cookbooks highlighting French and Asian styles fill the shelves. Comic books for all ages, as well as children's books are also available. All books are by French authors or translated into French from the original. Orders are accepted and placed weekly.
This shop's neatly organized shelves feature the most up-to-date professional titles on every aspect of law in Hong Kong, China and Asia. Learn from the books written about or by the world's great financial gurus, or stick to the multitude of standard texts on finance, accountancy, management, marketing and business information technology. For anyone looking to invest, there are many titles on what to do, and what not to do with your money! And if the shop does not stock that essential book for business or law, the staff will source and order the missing title.
Find photographic prints of local landmarks and picturesque scenes of Hong Kong from local artists at this charming shop. Featuring various art and collectibles, Picture This is tucked away in the Prince's Building and offers great pieces for art collectors. They also offer a variety of collectable books, vintage posters, and more. Framing services, art consultation and regular exhibits are also on offer.
Tucked away on the top level of the Pacific Place shopping complex, this large bookshop has an ample supply of books on architecture and interior design. Most are large in size and in price! Also outrageously priced, but worth a peek, is the monster-sized Millennium atlas. The business, finance and investment section is bound to have something for anyone wondering how to manage his or her money. And right next to the extensive selection of children's books are titles on Hong Kong, China and Macau, covering people, places and social issues, both past and present.
Long and narrow, this bookshop has almost a complete wall lined with a delicious choice of cookbooks. Thick and thin, big and small, these books cover Chinese, Thai and other Asian cuisines, as well as more standard cookery. Also great is the selection of fiction, romance, travel guides and Penguin Classics and a plethora of books on Hong Kong, China and Macau keep visitors and residents alike happy. The usual reference, language, crafts, health and art books are also here along with cards and stationery and a small bargain books section, something unheard of not so long ago.
Attached to the Hong Kong Museum of Art, this shop has shelves loaded with informative books, some bilingual, some pictorial and some in Chinese only. Both professionals and novices fascinated by the world of art are bound to find something here. There are enormous books describing ceramics, paintings, costumes, bronzes and jade, as well as both Buddhist and Western art, all with glorious pictures that anyone would appreciate. Museum publications and reproductions of prints by famous Chinese artists are also available.