Nervous Hong Kong.
I'm not sure I agree with the premise of this article – Hong Kong seems to have reinvented itself very effectively at least once a decade since the revolution.
Also, can the Times Square Rolex shop really sell 200 a day? That's over US$1m each day even at an average price of $5k (which is for the non-blingy ones). A few percent of the company's turnover from one shop? I guess that is possible. Wow.
Hong Kong is changing again. But into what–
and molded by whom–seems most uncertain.