Michael Tien, a National People’s Congress delegate from Hong Kong, in March. He said many complaints about ‘red packets’ had been settled by the NPC. Photo: Simon Song

How Hongkonger’s herbal soup shakedown in Beijing helps explain why local businessmen fear extradition to the mainland

  • Complaint over bowl of soup ends up costing restaurant owner more than HK$110,000 in bribes and pay offs in mainland
  • Soup saga shows why some veteran Hong Kong entrepreneurs are leery of extradition bill and mainland’s business culture
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Michael Tien, a National People’s Congress delegate from Hong Kong, in March. He said many complaints about ‘red packets’ had been settled by the NPC. Photo: Simon Song
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