Hong Kong’s shops have become more polarised during the coronavirus crisis, say industry players. Those selling fresh produce are doing a roaring trade while other high-street retailers struggle amid a near-total lack of tourists.Shops selling fresh meat, fish and other perishable goods – the kind of produce available in wet markets – are thriving. Because of social distancing measures and a previous ban on restaurant dining in the evenings, more people have turned to buying groceries and…