Yung Kee roast goose grandsons to break away and set up new eatery
Hong Kong - Two grandsons of the Yung Kee roast goose family have announced that they will break away and set up a new shop, after a judge dismissed their late father's petition to wind up the family company, said Hong Kong newspapers.
The founder of the roast goose restaurant, Kam Shui Fai, died in 2004, said Apple Daily.
His eldest son, Kinsen, sued the family business in 2010, after his younger brother Ronald had his son join the board of directors and Kinsen had less say in the company, said the newspaper.
Kinsen Kam requested in his petition that the company be wound up. He died last month (Oct).