Chan Cheuk-ming, owner of Pei Ho Counterparts restaurant, is well-known for feeding the elderly and homeless in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong Chan Cheuk-ming, owner of Pei Ho Counterparts restaurant, is well-known for feeding the elderly and homeless in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong
Chan Cheuk-ming, owner of Pei Ho Counterparts restaurant, is well-known for feeding the elderly and homeless in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong restaurant belonging to famed culinary Good Samaritan, known for feeding the poor of Sham Shui Po, burgled

  • Police say a masked man broke into the eatery and fled with HK$2,000 in coins just before dawn on Wednesday
  • Chan Cheuk-ming, 68, became a local charity icon for his efforts in providing free box meals to the elderly and homeless

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Chan Cheuk-ming, owner of Pei Ho Counterparts restaurant, is well-known for feeding the elderly and homeless in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong Chan Cheuk-ming, owner of Pei Ho Counterparts restaurant, is well-known for feeding the elderly and homeless in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong
Chan Cheuk-ming, owner of Pei Ho Counterparts restaurant, is well-known for feeding the elderly and homeless in Sham Shui Po. Photo: Winson Wong
READ FULL ARTICLE