Family battles over HK's famed restaurant


More than half a century ago, Yung Kee was a modest food stall in Kwong Yuen West Street Hong Kong. Its founder, Kam Shui Fai became renowned for his roast goose.

His descendants, however, are locked in a battle over the Yung Kee fortunes.

One branch of the family wanted to close down the site, now a major restaurant run by relatives, but the High Court dismissed a petition earlier this week to wind it up.

Juliana Liu in Hong Kong visited the eatery's famous kitchen to tell us more.

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