HONG KONG — Chinese restaurant chains have a reputation for being slow to open in the country, and in the case of Hmong cuisine, it’s not the first time that the same problem has emerged.
In recent years, Chinese restaurants have been plagued with problems with poor food safety and other problems.
In some cases, the establishments have been shut down entirely.
But this month, the government said it plans to open more restaurants in the territory and will allow restaurants to open for two hours a day during peak shopping hours.
The move is intended to help the food and hospitality industry grow, which is why it is popular among the expatriate community in the island.