Customers old and new are thronging Lin Heung, one of the city’s most popular Chinese dim sum restaurants, after speculation it will make way for redevelopment; a property developer has bought 90 per cent of building it’s in

Hong Kong’s Lin Heung Tea House busier than ever as closure in prospect for Wellington Street institution 100 years old

Customers old and new are thronging Lin Heung, one of the city’s most popular Chinese dim sum restaurants, after speculation it will make way for redevelopment; a property developer has bought 90 per cent of building it’s in

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Customers old and new are thronging Lin Heung, one of the city’s most popular Chinese dim sum restaurants, after speculation it will make way for redevelopment; a property developer has bought 90 per cent of building it’s in
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