By  on January 27, 2014

Sir David Tang’s latest venture is the two-month-old Tang Tang Tang Tang, a China-chic boutique along Johnston Road in Hong Kong’s busting Wan Chai district.

The name can be both cheeky and confusing: It’s clearly a play on the name of the renowned bon vivant, who is also an entrepreneur and an art collector. The founder of what was one of China’s first luxury brands — Shanghai Tang, now owned by Richemont — meant for the words to be said in quick succession, with a dramatic flair that echoes the opening of Beethoven’s famous Fifth Symphony. It’s also a nod to China’s imperial past and one of its greatest ruling eras, the Tang Dynasty.

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