Kwong Wing Catering notified its customers that its staff would only take orders in Cantonese and English, making it clear Mandarin-speakers are not welcome. Photo: Twitter Kwong Wing Catering notified its customers that its staff would only take orders in Cantonese and English, making it clear Mandarin-speakers are not welcome. Photo: Twitter
Kwong Wing Catering notified its customers that its staff would only take orders in Cantonese and English, making it clear Mandarin-speakers are not welcome. Photo: Twitter

Letters | Coronavirus epidemic leaves no room for discrimination and petty politics in Hong Kong

  • A restaurant chain’s blatant discrimination against people from the mainland and protesters’ celebration of a police officer taking ill have crossed the boundaries of decency

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Kwong Wing Catering notified its customers that its staff would only take orders in Cantonese and English, making it clear Mandarin-speakers are not welcome. Photo: Twitter Kwong Wing Catering notified its customers that its staff would only take orders in Cantonese and English, making it clear Mandarin-speakers are not welcome. Photo: Twitter
Kwong Wing Catering notified its customers that its staff would only take orders in Cantonese and English, making it clear Mandarin-speakers are not welcome. Photo: Twitter
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