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Recent developments in Huai Khwang district have seen a wave of closures across restaurant businesses including hotpot and shabu eateries. According to the Huai Khwang District Office, scrutiny has led to the discovery that many Chinese restaurants were operating without the necessary permits. The district office mandated that all eateries obtain proper licensing but this … …

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And this is 'news', why? 

Chinese food, almost the World over, and even in China and Hong Kong, is terrible, tasteless slop, cooked in God only knows what poor hygiene conditions. Singapore, not so bad, Taiwan the same, only because they strictly enforce their National hygiene standards.  Unfortunately, it's still tasteless.  

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46 minutes ago, Pinetree said:

And this is 'news', why? 

Chinese food, almost the World over, and even in China and Hong Kong, is terrible, tasteless slop, cooked in God only knows what poor hygiene conditions. Singapore, not so bad, Taiwan the same, only because they strictly enforce their National hygiene standards.  Unfortunately, it's still tasteless.  

Culinary xenophobia aside, hygiene and safety rules need to be observed by all eateries.  The playing field must be level and customers must be able to expect the same adherence to those rules.

It hasn't anything to do with whether you like the cuisine or not.  Many people like Chinese food, many don't.  Neither is the issue or a consideration in this story.

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So 30% have shut down. The report doesn't state how many are actively working to get their (ahem) licenses, or how many, instead of licenses, display the red envelopes to be handed out.

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