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
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

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
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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