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post #3451 of 3692
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Originally Posted by audilover View Post

True.
Just someone PM me and would offer help to connect me with Ng sifu directly.
The cost will be even cheaper as the middleman's commission is eliminated (don't see any value here as I can be translator) and yet Ng sifu can come to my boss office for fitting and measurement too.
This is the best way then.

I will check with Dream as well later and propose 3 options to my boss.

Once again, thanks very much for all your advice!

After reading your post all over again, everything seems odd and not logical . I believe you theme is to attack Michael who co-operate with Tailor Ng .
post #3452 of 3692
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Originally Posted by Hifilover View Post

Have a check of Yuen's tailor in central?
My tux 17yrs ago was made by Yuen's, a solid dinner jacket, full canvassed, I like it very much.
post #3453 of 3692
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Originally Posted by Hifilover View Post

After reading your post all over again, everything seems odd and not logical . I believe you theme is to attack Michael who co-operate with Tailor Ng .

Coincidentally, after reading your posts over and over again, I tend to believe that you are michael , aka classic car....icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #3454 of 3692
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Originally Posted by MoutonBarton View Post


Coincidentally, after reading your posts over and over again, I tend to believe that you are michael , aka classic car....icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Zing! :rotflmao:

post #3455 of 3692
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Originally Posted by MoutonBarton View Post

Coincidentally, after reading your posts over and over again, I tend to believe that you are michael , aka classic car....icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I have been thinking the same as well...
post #3456 of 3692
If I may, what happened to Classic Car?
post #3457 of 3692
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Originally Posted by dragon8 View Post

If I may, what happened to Classic Car?

He was hurt after so many attacks .
post #3458 of 3692
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Originally Posted by Hifilover View Post

He was hurt after so many attacks .

Was he self promoting?
post #3459 of 3692
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Originally Posted by dragon8 View Post

Was he self promoting?

Have you met him before ?
post #3460 of 3692
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Originally Posted by Hifilover View Post

Have you met him before ?

I've met a few people on this forum but not Classic Car.
post #3461 of 3692

it's like, Michael poses a threat to a bunch of people by his good value for money policy......

post #3462 of 3692
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Originally Posted by bloodyj13 View Post

it's like, Michael poses a threat to a bunch of people by his good value for money policy......

He follows Sham Shui Po tradition . SSP is the pooriest district in Hong Kong . Same commodities in SSP are mostly cheaper than other high rent locations . Most locals understand SSP is a place to shop for Bargains .
post #3463 of 3692
I'm going to be in HK next week, but it's for a rather short trip, the 20-23. My initial impression was that this is nowhere near enough time to get anything halfway decent and I should just enjoy my trip. Am I correct, or should I be doing some research? Budget would be SuitSupply level if I did anything, which I understand puts me below a lot of the big names. Certainly don't want to pay SuitSupply money and not get at least the same quality, though.
post #3464 of 3692
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Originally Posted by Alex C View Post

I'm going to be in HK next week, but it's for a rather short trip, the 20-23. My initial impression was that this is nowhere near enough time to get anything halfway decent and I should just enjoy my trip. Am I correct, or should I be doing some research? Budget would be SuitSupply level if I did anything, which I understand puts me below a lot of the big names. Certainly don't want to pay SuitSupply money and not get at least the same quality, though.

Its enough to get a fitting in. What is SuitSupply prices?
post #3465 of 3692
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Originally Posted by Alex C View Post

I'm going to be in HK next week, but it's for a rather short trip, the 20-23. My initial impression was that this is nowhere near enough time to get anything halfway decent and I should just enjoy my trip. Am I correct, or should I be doing some research? Budget would be SuitSupply level if I did anything, which I understand puts me below a lot of the big names. Certainly don't want to pay SuitSupply money and not get at least the same quality, though.

Better enjoy your trip .
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