Maureen Fung Sau-yim, a director at Sun Hung Kai Development (China), said luxury shopping won’t be replaced by e-commerce because customers want to feel the goods. Photo: K. Y. ChengMaureen Fung Sau-yim, a director at Sun Hung Kai Development (China), said luxury shopping won’t be replaced by e-commerce because customers want to feel the goods. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Maureen Fung Sau-yim, a director at Sun Hung Kai Development (China), said luxury shopping won’t be replaced by e-commerce because customers want to feel the goods. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

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Maureen Fung Sau-yim, a director at Sun Hung Kai Development (China), said luxury shopping won’t be replaced by e-commerce because customers want to feel the goods. Photo: K. Y. ChengMaureen Fung Sau-yim, a director at Sun Hung Kai Development (China), said luxury shopping won’t be replaced by e-commerce because customers want to feel the goods. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Maureen Fung Sau-yim, a director at Sun Hung Kai Development (China), said luxury shopping won’t be replaced by e-commerce because customers want to feel the goods. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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