After-dinner snackers 'are not even hungry' While eating snacks after dinner is a regular practice in Hong Kong, a recent survey found that many who did so were not even hungry. Radio Television Hong Kong and Lingnan University, which surveyed 581 people, found that 35 per cent of adults were in the habit and 31 per cent of them were not even hungry when they did it. These people spend an average of $80.41 each week on night snacks. Camera, monitor stolen from councillor's office An LCD monitor and a digital camera, worth a total of $6,000, were stolen from the office of Kwai Tsing district councillor Leung Wing-kuen in Kwai Chung yesterday. Police were called to his ground-floor office of Tak Yam House, On Yam Estate, at about 7am when an employee arrived for work and discovered the theft.