Why mainlanders have lost their appetite for Hong Kong’s fast food
Friday, 20 October 2017 Michelle Li, a Chinese white collar worker, still remembers her excitement when she first visited Tsui Wah, a famous Hong Kong tea restaurant chain, several years ago in Shanghai. “I feel the food there was quite tasty and it looked to me like a high-end restaurant,” said the 28-year-old. She recalled ordering one of the establishment’s signature dishes – a bowl of fish ball noodles, which at the time gave her a rare glimpse of life in Hong Kong, the vibrant city she had...
Hong Kong fans booed the Chinese national anthem at a football match on Tuesday, October 10. The local team was playing against Malaysia in an Asian Cup 2019 qualifier match. According to the Hong Kong Free Press, some were also seen turning their backs when the anthem began and holding up large...
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