The wife of late Yung Kee shareholder Kinsen Kam Kwan-sing complained in court yesterday that she had been completely excluded from management of the company behind the famed roast goose restaurant in Central.Saturday, 5 January, 2013, 4:06am
The wife of late Yung Kee shareholder Kinsen Kam Kwan-sing has appealed against the dismissal of a petition to wind up the company behind the famed roast goose restaurant in Central.1 Dec 2012 - 3:07am
While the feud surrounding the Yung Kee restaurant made headlines in recent weeks, the leader of the family's Canada-based branch believes nothing beats harmony among relatives.7 Nov 2012 - 3:46am
Sons of late Yung Kee shareholder Kinsen Kam Kwan-sing announced plans yesterday to open a restaurant to compete with the famed establishment now run by a rival branch of the family.1 Nov 2012 - 3:45am
When times were hard, brothers Kinsen Kam Kwan-sing and Ronald Kam Kwan-lai stuck together, getting by on the meagre earnings from their father's street food stall. But 60 years later their relationship could not withstand the strain of a vast inheritance.1 Nov 2012 - 3:45am
Yung Kee restaurant has come a long way since its humble beginnings 70 years ago, when it sold servings of roast goose from a street stall for a few cents. Today, it's a culinary giant worth at least HK$1.5 billion.1 Nov 2012 - 3:45am
A court has denied a legal petition at the heart of a family feud among the owners of Yung Kee restaurant on Wednesday.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
We implore the Chinese to really meet with the representatives of the Tibetan people
U.S. ambassador Gary Locke's advice to the Beijing leadership
It'd be rather difficult for us to work together in the future31 Oct 2012 - 2:43am
A son of the late Yung Kee restaurant shareholder Kinsen Kam Kwan-sing indicated his intention to cut ties with his feuding uncle's camp ahead of a court ruling today set to put an end to a bitter power struggle over the restaurant famed for its roast goose.31 Oct 2012 - 3:19am
Members of a family divided by a bitter fight over the ownership of one of the city's most famous restaurants yesterday set aside their feud to mourn one of their members.26 Oct 2012 - 4:05am 1 comment
Recently, I had dinner with some friends who represent the champagne house, H Blin. We were at Yung Kee and my friend Meei had called the restaurant in advance to order dishes of virgin goose (yes, really, although I'm not sure how they determine that the bird is 'innocent') and steamed egg white with crab roe. I like Yung Kee and eat there twice a year.14 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
A family's legal tussle over the ownership of Yung Kee has not halted the famous Central restaurant's quest to upgrade its 70-year-old brand as anniversary celebrations loom.
The family business, known for its roast goose and fine cuisine, has made headlines after the eldest son of company founder Kam Shui-fai challenged his younger brother in court.10 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
The sister caught up in a family feud over the famed Yung Kee roast goose restaurant said she gave her shares to a younger brother rather than the eldest in the hope that her father's business would be run and expanded by a capable person.15 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
The younger brother embroiled in the family feud over the famed Yung Kee roast goose restaurant allegedly dragged his mother out of the office and yelled at her in front of employees, the High Court heard yesterday.
But Ronald Kam Kwan-lai, 63, (pictured) rejected the accusation made by his elder brother's lawyers, saying it was their mother who had yelled at him.14 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
The mother at the centre of a family feud behind Yung Kee roast goose restaurant held back tears in court yesterday to testify for one son against another.
Mak Siu-chun, 81, told the Court of First Instance that she strongly objected to selling Yung Kee, an idea that her younger son, Ronald Kam Kwan-lai, suggested to her in 2005 after her husband's death the year before.10 Feb 2012 - 12:00am