Hong Kong: Government brings back food trucks to revive tourism

Eating on the streets used to be part of the culture in Hong Kong, until safety and hygiene concerns meant the end for most hawkers and their mobile kitchens.

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    Eating on the streets used to be part of the culture in Hong Kong, until safety and hygiene concerns meant the end for most hawkers and their mobile kitchens.

    In recent months, the government has tried to revive the idea, although not everyone is pleased about it.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from Hong Kong.


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