Camilla Hung says business at Hung’s Chinese Restaurant, on the ground floor of Chungking Mansions, is down more than 80 per cent. Many restaurants in the complex are struggling to survive. Photo: Kylie Knott
Camilla Hung says business at Hung’s Chinese Restaurant, on the ground floor of Chungking Mansions, is down more than 80 per cent. Many restaurants in the complex are struggling to survive. Photo: Kylie Knott

Restaurants in Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong, struggle to survive amid coronavirus pandemic travel curbs – ‘Every day, we wait for customers but they don’t come’

  • Once the beating heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, Chungking Mansions is a shadow of its former self, as a slump in tourist arrivals leave businesses hanging by a thread
  • ‘We are losing money daily and don’t know how long we will survive,’ says one restaurant owner who has seen business fall more than 80 per cent

Camilla Hung says business at Hung’s Chinese Restaurant, on the ground floor of Chungking Mansions, is down more than 80 per cent. Many restaurants in the complex are struggling to survive. Photo: Kylie Knott
Camilla Hung says business at Hung’s Chinese Restaurant, on the ground floor of Chungking Mansions, is down more than 80 per cent. Many restaurants in the complex are struggling to survive. Photo: Kylie Knott
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