Eason sells a diverse selection of stationary, games, toys, and school supplies - with much the same product mix as Borders or Barnes & Noble. They also sell, and they've contracted with OverDrive as their distributor. They stock around 120 thousand ebook titles (that I can see).
While it's good to see a bookseller put real work into supporting ereaders in store, they unfortunately didn't do the same on their website. The listings for the 4 ereaders lack any useful info (in Firefox). Not only is there no info on format support or a helpful FAQ, the listings lack even a basic spec list.