In a tough new stance against a possible Bird-Flu outbreak in Hong Kong, the government has imposed tougher licensing conditions.
The Government of Hong Kong has introduced a day each month when the area will be thoroughly cleaned.
Thomas Sit, warned that traders risk losing their licenses if they breach the new conditions.
I suppose that for the rest of the 29 odd days of each month,
the Mong Kok bird market can remain as filthy as it has been up to now!
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