Liu's BBQ, at Shek O Beach. The business has been told to shut down by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Picture: Sam TsangLiu's BBQ, at Shek O Beach. The business has been told to shut down by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Picture: Sam Tsang
Liu's BBQ, at Shek O Beach. The business has been told to shut down by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Picture: Sam Tsang

Why does Hong Kong allow killjoys to close much-loved beach barbecue pits?

Family-run businesses in Shek O, some dating back to the 1920s, no match for city’s legions of party poopers

Topic |   Shek O
Liu's BBQ, at Shek O Beach. The business has been told to shut down by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Picture: Sam TsangLiu's BBQ, at Shek O Beach. The business has been told to shut down by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Picture: Sam Tsang
Liu's BBQ, at Shek O Beach. The business has been told to shut down by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Picture: Sam Tsang
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