Hong Kong or rather the Chinese has a strange phenomenon, the same type of shops are always concentrated in the same place, this is also true for kitchenwares. In a way, it’s convenient and you can practically find everything in 1 go, especially if you need some Chinese tools in Shanghai Street. Even if you don’t need anything, it’s still worth visiting, especially it is situated in the older area of Hong Kong, where you can still find the original style architectures.
The more traditional wooden mooncake mould
The famous Hong Kong snack - Egg waffle mould
If you need knives, Chan Chee Kee is a good place to start with
A few years ago, I picked up a few stainless cake/tart moulds for baking, they have practically all sizes (and certain items were much cheaper than in France)
Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kolwoon
MTR Yau Ma Tei Station Exit C. Walk along Man Ming Lane to Shanghai Street.