The cacophony of life in Hong Kong is recognisable to many: the omnipresent hum of rushing cars and honking horns, the unrestrained babble in local restaurants and the chaos on the pavement of street markets.
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Different patterns of handcrafted mahjong tiles are on display at an understairs store in Hung Hom. Photo: Dickson Lee
Many Hong Kong people ran such small businesses to support their families at the time. Photo: Dickson Lee
These understairs shops were prominent in Hong Kong back in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. Photo: Dickson Lee
Chan Wai-tong has been a locksmith at his understairs store on Lockhart Road in Causeway Bay since 1985. Photo: Dickson Lee
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