Announcing a new Meetup for Hong Kong Vegan!
What: Evening meeting for dinner in Cute Fei - overlooking the very wonderful & very green Kowloon Park.
When: Monday, January 25,[masked]:30 PM
2/F, Bo Fung Building 32-34 Haiphong Rd Tsim Tsa Tsui, Kowloon
Busy well established restaurant - directly overlooking the very wonderful & very green Kowloon Park - owned by former TVB actress So Hang Suen & her husband Bill Hui.
Very good selection of vegan vegetable dishes.
Tsim Tsa Tsui MTR - Exit is 'A1' - signed 'Kowloon Mosque'.
Turn into Haiphong Rd. from Nathan Rd. (you pass a very clean & popular juice bar which I have used for 25+ years) start walking down Haiphong Rd. - the building numbering is good - "Cute Fei" is on your left side approx; 2/3 of the way down - the entrance / access is shared - it is in a commercial / office building - go up one floor in the elevator or by the stairs.
On HappyCow in English - http://www.happycow.net/reviews.php?id=14606
On OpenRice in Chinese - http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=17983
HK Magazine interviewing Bill - full article - http://hk-magazine.com/feature/bill-hui
The husband of the former TV star So Hang-suen, Bill Hui, gave up a career in television to build schools in rural China. He talks to Jojo Choi about the 20,000 children he?s saved from illiteracy.
HK Magazine: How did you get involved with providing schooling for children in China?
Bill Hui: Some fellow Buddhists who had returned from a trip to China came to my restaurant [Cute Fei Vegetarian] in 1996 and showed me photos of undeveloped, rural areas in Guizhou and I was shocked to see how impoverished people were. I decided to go with them on their next trip and what I saw with my own eyes really affected me. At the time I was making a profit from my business, so I started to donate money and help build schools for the kids.
Learn more here:http://www.meetup.com/Hong-Kong-Vegan/calendar/12370426/