A February 16 notice at a Kwong Wing Catering restaurant says it will only cater to Hongkongers, will only take orders in Cantonese or English, and will not serve anyone speaking Mandarin. Photo: Facebook A February 16 notice at a Kwong Wing Catering restaurant says it will only cater to Hongkongers, will only take orders in Cantonese or English, and will not serve anyone speaking Mandarin. Photo: Facebook
A February 16 notice at a Kwong Wing Catering restaurant says it will only cater to Hongkongers, will only take orders in Cantonese or English, and will not serve anyone speaking Mandarin. Photo: Facebook

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A February 16 notice at a Kwong Wing Catering restaurant says it will only cater to Hongkongers, will only take orders in Cantonese or English, and will not serve anyone speaking Mandarin. Photo: Facebook A February 16 notice at a Kwong Wing Catering restaurant says it will only cater to Hongkongers, will only take orders in Cantonese or English, and will not serve anyone speaking Mandarin. Photo: Facebook
A February 16 notice at a Kwong Wing Catering restaurant says it will only cater to Hongkongers, will only take orders in Cantonese or English, and will not serve anyone speaking Mandarin. Photo: Facebook
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