Boss of Beach Road slashing victim worried about employee's growing hospital bill

Chong Qing (Origin) Steamboat owner Edmund Tan was told Ms Han Hongli's hospital bill was $48,000. PHOTOS: EDMUND'S SEAFOOD LIVE/FACEBOOK, SCREENGRAB FROM SOCIAL MEDIA
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SINGAPORE - Businesses in the food and beverage sector have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, but a slashing incident on April 14 outside his Beach Road eatery has made things even more difficult for Mr Edmund Tan.

The owner of Chong Qing (Origin) Steamboat said he had to close the restaurant for three days after one of his employees was slashed, allegedly by her estranged husband.

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