Q2 2020
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Link’s Corporate Newsletter Channel 823 shares our latest information with you. This issue features the new normalcy amid COVID-19 pandemic, and profile different businesses and individuals who are weathering the storm in their own ways.


New Normalcy amid Pandemic

CEO’s Views

CEO George Hongchoy said Link has acted swiftly amid the pandemic to shore up retailers in need by expanding our support scheme for tenants to $300 million. Meanwhile, we have strenghtened hygiene measures in our properties and stepped up promotional efforts to boost tenants' sales.

Emerging Stronger from
the Global Health Crisis

Feature Stories

To make up the lost in dine-in business due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a traditional Chinese restaurant in Lok Fu Place broke new ground by introducing takeaway and delivery of dim sum and banquet dishes. It is even poised to introduce an electronic ordering system in the near future.

Meals to Go for
Business to Grow

Following the home delivery trend that arises due to the COVID-19 outbreak, fresh market tenants also utilisize social networking apps to help customers buy and deliver fresh food products directly to their homes.

Bespoke Delivery Services
from Market Tenants

Due to the pandemic, many famililies that used to eat out have learned to cook. Many people have gone beyond their boundaries and developed a new interest in cooking.

“Bakes” Perfect


Corporate News

On 1 April 2020, Link officially established Link Property Management Services Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the corporation, to oversee all of Link's Hong Kong property management functions.

Launch of Link Property
Management Arm

Link Together Initiatives

Many Link's fresh market tenants had already been advocating the notion of "waste no food" by donating edible surplus food to Food Angel to benefit underprivileged communities in Hong Kong. Some of these kind-hearted tenants at Lok Fu Market share their thoughts behind donating food in this issue of Channel 823.

Take Steps Today to
Reduce Food Waste

The Link Moments

To reach out to its stakeholders in Mainland China on social media, Link recently launched its WeChat and Weibo accounts, which share stories and titbits about Link's business developments, management insights and sustainability initiatives regularly.

Link Expands Digital Presence
with WeChat and Weibo

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