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Charity pop-up lunch shop opens in LKF in support of the needy

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Charitable restaurateur Chan Cheuk-ming, fondly known as Ming Gor (or Brother Ming), has opened up a pop-up lunch shop in Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) to raise money for the underprivileged in Hong Kong.

Open until December 15, the Pei Ho Counterparts Charity Pop-up Store will serve lunches every weekday from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Customers can choose from nine different speciality lunch box options, including beef, fish, pork and vegetable dishes, all served in biodegradable packaging.

Lunch boxes cost just $32 each, with all profits going to the Pei Ho (Ming Gor) Charity Foundation, set up by Ming Gor to provide food and support to needy citizens.

Customers also have the opportunity to purchase meal vouchers for $24. Each voucher will pay for a free meal for an underprivileged person, with $7 going to the foundation. Even better, if you use Android Pay to pay for your meal or vouchers, an extra $4 will be donated.

If you can’t make it to LKF before December 15, meal vouchers can also be purchased from Pei Ho Counterpart’s website, as well as 7-Eleven stores across Hong Kong and Deliveroo.

Find it: Pei Ho Counterparts Charity Pop-up Store, G/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong.

Image: www.lankwaifong.com


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