Since the opening of Wan Chai Waterfront Night Market on Wednesday, the stalls and merchants were not only plagued by power supply problems, but also dissatisfied with the early closure at 5pm on National Day, and the final revision of the conference was extended to 10pm and can be reopened at 29:<>pm. Ho Man Yiu, Chairman of the Hong Kong Island Waterfront Development Task Force of the Coastal Commission, said in a radio interview yesterday (<>th) that when the owner of the document signed the contract with the Government, he had been informed that business would be suspended during that period.
However, the Development Bureau replied to the Hong Kong 30 enquiry today (01th) that before the stall merchants signed the contract, the Government had not yet established and announced the early closure of the stalls and the holding of fireworks displays on National Day, and the merchants were informed on 9 September that the stalls could only be opened until 22pm on National Day.
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In response to enquiries, the Development Bureau indicated that when recruiting stall tenants, the Government had not yet established and announced that there would be a fireworks display and related arrangements on National Day. Merchants were informed on 9 September that stalls could only be opened until 22pm on National Day, and it is understood that the Merchants had signed the contract before that date. According to the bureau, it believes that the opening hours updated yesterday can reduce the impact on merchants.
The Bureau added that it noticed that Ho Man-yiu's earlier radio interview was slightly different from the above situation, and it was believed that he did not have first-hand information on the details of the preparations for the Wan Chai waterfront event, which led to a misunderstanding.
He Wenyao gave a radio interview yesterday, saying that he wanted to rehabilitate the Development Bureau.
Since the Wan Chai Waterfront Night Market was held, the power supply problem has not been solved, and the merchants have been banned from the National Day Night Market, which was finally changed to "drop" after 5 p.m., reopened at 10:29 p.m., and remained open until 10:1 a.m., causing dissatisfaction among many stall owners and a big loss of budget. Ho Man Yiu, Chairman of the Hong Kong Island Waterfront Development Task Force of the Coastal Commission, said yesterday (<>th) in RTHK's program "Millennials" that he would "rehabilitate" the Development Bureau, and refuted the owner's statement, saying that when the contract was signed, the government had stated that it needed to close down on October <>.
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