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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmlinuz:
    Did you even try opening that link? You don't need to be 'on Facebook' to see the page...
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    futboltrend should have it, if they don't try kitroomsports (in mongkok also)

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    Quote Originally Posted by reprazent:
    futboltrend should have it, if they don't try kitroomsports (in mongkok also)
    that's the name of the Langham place store and the other one in mk

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    what about taobao?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rani:
    what about taobao?
    for what?, fake copies and cheap nasty football shirts, might as well look at fa yuen street market for these at HK$50 each

    Note, official western clothing are more expensive in china than hong kong due to 20% taxes on products made by foreign companies, thus, iphones, watches, adidas/nike/puma football shirts, milk powder are significantly more expensive in china than hong kong, that's why you have mainlanders doing shopping in hong kong

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    They have an official World cup shop set up in the middle of Po Lam mall, although it 90% cutesy display and 10% actual stuff you can buy. A load of the usual merchandising tat and few shirts - seemed to be a red strip and a blue one. Although I only gave it a passing glance, may have been others.


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    Cheers all, appreciated.


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    http://www.thestandard.com.hk/news_d...=20140605&fc=7

    What ever you do dont buy from Toabao to sell for profit LOL

    A police source said those held bought the shirts from shopping website Taobao at HK$50 each and sold them for HK$100 online. Customs officers pretended to be customers and made the arrests when paying for the goods on delivery.

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