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Over 100 people said farewell to 42 year old "Lee Yuen" noodle bar, Thursday January 31, 2013
Jan 31 2013, 05:31 AM
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Source: Sharp Daily
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Translated by: R.E.D @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums/
Causeway Bay Lee Yuen noodle bar finally closed its door after 42 years at midnight yesterday. In order to honor it loyal customers, the staff worked all night to prepared 300 rice dumplings for those who placed the order. Many customers are hoping Lee Yuen would start another noodle bar somewhere else.
Early hour yesterday morning, there were only a few loyal customers left in the noodle bar. The youngest boss Kwok, who is among 9 brothers and sisters had a chance to chat with the customers at last. He took some pictures with them. After shaking hands with them and said goodbye, the noodle bar closed its door at 1:30am. He thanked the loyal customers for their support. Many reporters were at the front door witnessing the closure of a great noodle bar.
Mr. Pong has been a staff at the noodle bar for 11 years. After he got his last pay and bonus from Kwok, he told reporters that he was very upset. He praised his former boss for being a good employer. He is hoping there will be a chance for them to work together again. After paying all his staff, Kwok took the cash register for storage. He smiled at the reporters and said the first thing he would do when he gets home is to go to sleep.
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This post has been edited by R.E.D: Jan 31 2013, 05:42 AM
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