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where to find our books?
Apart from our online shop, some of our titles are distributed at bookshops, hotels, designer shops
MUSE Art & Books (basement), Hotel Stage, Jordan
Eslite Bookstore, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui & Taikoo City
Muji Books, Olympian City
Kubrick, Yau Ma Tei
ACO - Wan Chai
Bookazine, Prince’s Building
SOIL at PMQ, Central
Commercial Press, Joint Publishing and Chung Wa branch stores
our books reflect the soul of a place
our stories capture vanishing heritage
we simply cannot help crossing boundaries between disciplines and cultures...
because that is where we are
The mission of our bookshop is to promote books that are rarely seen or accessible in Hong Kong. We have run the bookshop for six years between 2009 and 2014 -- first five and a half years at Hong Kong Arts Centre, and another five months at PMQ. During which we organised numerous literary activities. Click here for details.
Now the bookshop is relocated to our publishing office in Sheung Wan. Our opening hours are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00-14:00 and 15:00-18:00. If you need to visit us beyond these hours, please call 31064010 for arrangements.
TheBookshop members, HKAAA members, CCDC members, and HKAPA students can still enjoy discount offer.
we are in Sheung Wan
10B, Sing Kui Commercial Building, 27 Des Voeux Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
MCCM Creations x book donation
Children in Cambodia reading picture books.
A joy of sharing with children in need. Last November/December, we donated nearly 10,000 children books to community libraries and financially deprived schools in Hong Kong, and to village schools built by Project Little Dream in Takeo, Cambodia.
Architecture / Design DNA of Mark I: Hong Kong Public Housing Prototype
by Dr Rosman C.C. Wai
Art / Standart - The Collected Drawings of Antonio Mak Hin-yeung by Susan Fong
Art / AR Awakening: X-Realities of Hong Kong Layering by Desmond Hui
by King Y. Chung 鍾經洋 著