Tsoi Yiu-cheong (left) and Wong Chi-yuen have published a study revealing the widespread deployment of restaurant bans against mainland Chinese during the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: May Tse Tsoi Yiu-cheong (left) and Wong Chi-yuen have published a study revealing the widespread deployment of restaurant bans against mainland Chinese during the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: May Tse
Tsoi Yiu-cheong (left) and Wong Chi-yuen have published a study revealing the widespread deployment of restaurant bans against mainland Chinese during the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: May Tse

Coronavirus: more than 100 Hong Kong restaurants refuse to serve customers from mainland China, investigation reveals

  • Businesses are openly discriminating against mainland Chinese during the epidemic, probe finds
  • Society for Community Organisation calls for wider definition of race discrimination to cover prejudice against mainlanders

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Tsoi Yiu-cheong (left) and Wong Chi-yuen have published a study revealing the widespread deployment of restaurant bans against mainland Chinese during the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: May Tse Tsoi Yiu-cheong (left) and Wong Chi-yuen have published a study revealing the widespread deployment of restaurant bans against mainland Chinese during the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: May Tse
Tsoi Yiu-cheong (left) and Wong Chi-yuen have published a study revealing the widespread deployment of restaurant bans against mainland Chinese during the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: May Tse
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