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I just made a thread of the food my parents make and show me via text. I cannot bear the burden alone.
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Police raid LKF restaurant, staff fined $$$
A restaurant in the Lan Kwai Fong district called Carbone (under the Black Sheep Restaurants family) was raided by police and the FEHD last night. The restaurant staff were fined HK$5,000 for not conducting RAT checks amongst their customers, which is required of establishments operating under a bar license but NOT required of those under a restaurant license. It is currently unconfirmed whether or not Carbone operates under a restaurant license, which would have made them exempt from the RAT checking rule.
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