Welcome to the nasty seafood restaurant
With radiation slipping out of Japan, Hong Kong's seafood and sushi restaurants are already taking a hit.
A large sushi chain and several other popular Japanese restaurants, which for years gave the impression that they were selling imported Japanese seafood, have now taken out massive adverts saying more than 90 per cent of their supply comes from non-Japanese sources. From the mainland, perhaps? I feel so much safer already.
And it probably doesn't help for any seafood restaurant to have a giant neon sign that says your food is not only substandard, but positively malignant.
An alert reader spotted this sign, which presumably meant to flash 'Dynasty'.
'I saw this sign above the North Point MTR on King's Road. Part of the neon sign is not working. What is left in English reads 'nasty Seafood Restaurant', he wrote.
We hope it has called in the repairman.