Shipping to Hong Kong
Shipping to Hong Kong can be done with peace of mind given Hong Kong's organizational skills when it comes to accepting and delivering packages. It does not pose a major security concern in regards to shipping anything there so feel free to ship your goods there with a clear mind.
Shipping services to Hong Kong
You are pretty much going to air mailing most things to Hong Kong given its location, but they do accept ocean freight cargo at the major ports there as well. There are plenty of companies to choose from such as FedEx, UPS, USPS, DHL or Excess Baggage for smaller shipment or Move Corp or Anglo Pacific for larger shipments that need to be sent. Regardless of who you ultimately go with, inquire about some add on services such as getting a tracking number or taking out some insurance on your contents in case they are lost or damaged. The minimal fees associated with either of these examples will give you the peace of mind to ship with ease to Hong Kong.
Customs in Hong Kong
Your shipment will have to pass through Customs when it gets to Hong Kong, no matter how you choose to ship it or through which company. You should be aware that you will have to claim a value for your parcel and if it is above a certain threshold (typically $100), then you will be assessed a duty to get it through Customs. Either you or your recipient can pay for this duty if applicable, but it must be rectified to be able to be released. If the duty is not paid, then the package can either be seized by the Customs department permanently or it will be returned to the sender. To get an idea of the duty assessed on your particular parcel, you can check with either you shipping company for an estomate or the Customs department in Hong Kong before shipping.