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Tai Nan Street

During the peak of Hong Kong’s manufacturing boom, Tai Nan Street in Sham Shui Po was home to a lot of factories that produced leather, fabrics and accessories. Today, only a handful of vendors from that era remain, including Luen Cheong Leather Hong Kong (Address: 173 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Tel: +852 2393 5926), which was established in 1948 and specialises in locally made vegetable tanned cow hides. In recent years, the street’s welcomed a second wave of artisans, such as Alri Star Leather Factory (Address: 236 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Tel: +852 3791 2217) and Brothers Leathercraft (Address: 207-209 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Tel: +852 9136 0897), which offer quality hides as well as workshops that teach aspiring crafters how to make their very own leather goods.

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