Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout

Beijing over the moon as cake maker slams Hong Kong protests

  • People’s Daily full of praise for Annie Wu Suk-ching – whose father founded Maxim’s chain – after she speaks out against those behind unrest in the city
  • Communist Party mouthpiece earlier slammed Garic Kwok – son of the founder of Taipan Bread and Cake – for supporting the protesters
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

TOP PICKS

Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
READ FULL ARTICLE
An importer for Taipan Bread and Cakes, the Hong Kong baker known for its “snowy” mooncakes, may have to destroy returned stock after a social media controversy. Photo: FACEBOOK

Chinese importer says entire stock of Taipan mooncakes will be destroyed after backlash against Hong Kong baker

  • Manager of trading company says ‘huge amount’ of Taipan Bread and Cakes brand pastries were returned after mainland media storm over bakery director’s pro-protest Facebook posts
Topic |   China Society

TOP PICKS

An importer for Taipan Bread and Cakes, the Hong Kong baker known for its “snowy” mooncakes, may have to destroy returned stock after a social media controversy. Photo: FACEBOOK
READ FULL ARTICLE