Li Bao Ge specialises in siu mei (roasted meats) like those seen here, hanging in a shop at Bowrington Road Market, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix WongLi Bao Ge specialises in siu mei (roasted meats) like those seen here, hanging in a shop at Bowrington Road Market, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Li Bao Ge specialises in siu mei (roasted meats) like those seen here, hanging in a shop at Bowrington Road Market, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Restaurant chain Li Bao Ge joins forces with Freshippo to tap mainland China’s vast online food delivery market as Hong Kong profits tumble amid protests

  • Cantonese restaurant chain sees opportunity to boost its revenue, which has been battered by civil unrest in its home market
  • Deal will allow it to set up counters in at least 10 Freshippo stores in Shenzhen over the next year, tapping the latter’s digital capabilities
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Li Bao Ge specialises in siu mei (roasted meats) like those seen here, hanging in a shop at Bowrington Road Market, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix WongLi Bao Ge specialises in siu mei (roasted meats) like those seen here, hanging in a shop at Bowrington Road Market, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Li Bao Ge specialises in siu mei (roasted meats) like those seen here, hanging in a shop at Bowrington Road Market, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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