Nokia's first flagship store
was in Moscow, so in expanding to Hong Kong,
they've covered two of the largest countries on that continent
they've gone to Asia too.
The store features their phones plus multimedia displays and "team members" that graduated from the "Nokia Academy" program—an accredited school of higher education if there ever was one. Nokia is going to open these flagship stores in 18 of the "shopping capitols" of the world to help customers decide which brand of phone—Nokia, Nokia or Nokia—is best suited for them.