A man in a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Wan Chai amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang A man in a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Wan Chai amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
A man in a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Wan Chai amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
SCMP Editorial
Opinion

Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Restaurants should embrace the Hong Kong spirit of innovation to survive

  • The food and beverage sector is among the hardest-hit by the coronavirus pandemic. But owners, managers and workers need to be realistic and not count on continued government handouts alone to stay in business

A man in a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Wan Chai amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang A man in a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Wan Chai amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
A man in a face mask walks past a closed restaurant in Wan Chai amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: SCMP / Sam Tsang
READ FULL ARTICLE
SCMP Editorial

SCMP Editorial

Editorials represent the views of the South China Morning Post on the issues of the day.