I don't think so fxh.
The other question is what you would do if you wore shell cordovan shoes at Channel 9. Would you do say as a conversation opener at the water cooler "Geez I just gave my shell cordovan Aldens a good boning"....?
A lot in that fxh. Especially when the Chinese herbal medicine experts sell you all these (expensive) tablets.
My German nieces were not immunised thanks to their mother and post 1989 when they all came over from the "Eastern Bloc" and the Soviet health care standards they both got whooping cough. My aunt who got it in the 1930s ended up with a heart murmur
Don't tell fxh....
In general, I'd avoid them. Admittedly, there are a few reputable operations from HK that visit the US and (very occasionally) Australia such as WW Chan but the vast, vast majority of such travelling tailor operations are dodgy and their products are cheap and poorly made.
I have some friends who have ordered suits from such tailors, and the suits are very unimpressive. Whilst the trousers aren't too bad, the suit jackets are woeful - poorly-fitted, with overly-padded shoulders and very "flat" lapels. They really do look nasty and cheap.
So, whilst the above tailor might not be like that, I'd say that the odds are against it.
Wot j man said. In general they don't work out all that cheap if you use the better materials and the end results I've seen vary from just ok, a bit better than rtw/OTR and very bad like a 24 hour suit from Nathan Road.
I have heard you do better if you had been in HK used a firm whilemyou lived there then ordered off them on their trips over here on there subsequent trips.
At the cheaper end of the market I think Pernac is still around and can do a reasonable MTM, with measurements in melb, sewing os, the alterations back here. They used to do a basic for around $5 or6 hundred. But there's also other options atbthatnprice point.