Meet Phyllis from The Book Cure
Raze team ensured every corner of the little bookstore was coated with the photocatalyst solution, allowing customers to feel safe with books and reading during the pandemic. Raze hopes despite the pandemic, everyone can still find a book that understands you, grasping a feeling once lost.
"Raze’s nano-coating can bring customers an extra sense of security, an extra layer of protection."
On the Po Wu Street of Tai Po,
There is a bookstore, chic and unique, casual and stylish;
The lights in the bookstore are like the movies I've seen in childhood; There is such a mother, gentle and nice;
The books in front of the black wood desk, her timeless fashion and cosmetics.
The bookshelf outside the door is not only full of books for free, but also full of Phyllis's heart. The books in the store are only priced at ten and twenty dollars.
In the world of the internet, how many are still willing to hold on to binded pages of words talking about this world?
Hong Kongers, always so busy, also chasing life around.
She’s holding on to a simple wish, to hope the bookstore will reignite the love for reading.
She hopes it’ll be a space where people can put down their biggest worries. A place where time can slow down...