We asked a fish vendor and customers at the North Point wet market and the ParknShop supermarket at Healthy Garden Plaza, North Point, whether they would change their shopping habits in light of the cholera scare at ParknShop. AT THE WET MARKET Wong Kei Yuet-fun, fish stall owner (right): 'Business went up by almost 40 per cent on Tuesday, the day after they found the bacteria at ParknShop, but yesterday [Wednesday] because of the typhoon very few people came to buy fish. And this morning it was back to normal. On Tuesday there were a lot of customers I've never seen before buying fish from me. We basically have the same customers every day so I could easily tell who the new faces were.' Hung Sin-wah, housewife: 'Before I rarely bought fish from supermarkets since I think the quality is not as good as those at the wet market. Given what has happened I'll probably never buy fish from a supermarket again.' Ho May-ho, housewife: 'Of course I'm scared of buying fish in the supermarket after what happened, but it doesn't really matter since I always buy it in wet markets. The only food I've ever bought from supermarkets are milk, canned food, drinks, and ice-cream.' AT PARKNSHOP Nancy Au, housewife: 'The supermarkets always give you the exact weight you pay for, but in wet markets things are always very messy and many of them [vendors] cheat their customers. I'm confident that after what happened ParknShop will be more careful in cleaning the fish tanks.' Chu Mak-won, housewife: 'Though ParknShop is much more comfortable I still shop at wet markets because they sell fresher seafood. As long as I make sure that food is fully cooked I won't have to worry.' Philip Tam, retiree: 'ParknShop is a big company and I trust that they will clean things up. The big apology signs inside the store are evidence that they are very well run.'