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Part of a chain of supermarkets scattered throughout New York City's three Chinatowns (and the rest of the country), Hong Kong Supermarket stocks a whole warehouse's worth of Chinese goods, from snacks to beauty supplies to cookware to spices and sauces to frozen dumplings to full-service seafood and butcher counters. But make sure to bring your translation dictionary—most of the store's signs are in Chinese only.