Fu Wing-cheung, owner of Kwan Kee shop in Sham Shui Po, relies on sales of his famed pudding as his grocery business has been overtaken by modern supermarket chains. Photo: Edmond So

The small family businesses keeping the collective memory of Hong Kong alive

From corner grocery stores to medicinal halls and bicycle repair shops, these are the sunset trades fighting to remain relevant amid the changing times

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Fu Wing-cheung, owner of Kwan Kee shop in Sham Shui Po, relies on sales of his famed pudding as his grocery business has been overtaken by modern supermarket chains. Photo: Edmond So
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