A dish of Hakka-style braised sliced pork belly with pickled mustard greens at Red Kitchen. Photo: Roy Issa

The Hakka cuisine in Hong Kong that brings diners to tears, and why restaurants serving it may be on borrowed time

Poverty forced Hakka people to be creative cooks, and the result was salty, rich and hearty dishes that reinvigorated the body. While the cuisine is still popular in Hong Kong, chefs are unsure how long Hakka culture can endure

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A dish of Hakka-style braised sliced pork belly with pickled mustard greens at Red Kitchen. Photo: Roy Issa
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