The old Hong Kong dessert shop Hsu Lau Shan closed all lines, and the only Yau Tong base camp branch was originally said to be only open until the end of this month.
According to the scene, the main gate of the base camp branch was closed today (28th), and the store staff confirmed that the store had closed two days earlier, which means that the 60-year-old brand has officially become a memory of Hong Kong people.
The last Hui Lau Shan branch in Yau Tong has officially closed.
(Photo by Luo Guohui)
The last branch of the base camp closed last Friday
According to the scene, the Xu Liushan branch in the base camp was closed as early as last Friday (26th), and the gate was closed today.
The reporter once called the base camp Xu Liushan branch, but the call has been unable to get through.
Later, the reporter called a large-scale shopping mall, and the staff confirmed that Xu Liushan had closed the business two days earlier.
Checking the media reports, in July last year and January this year, Xu Liushan was applied for winding-up by creditors due to rent arrears. The Master of Justice issued a winding-up order to "Hui Laushan Food Manufacturing Co., Ltd." in May 2021.
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The development from trolleys to 260 stores around the world has become a collective memory of Hong Kong people
According to the official website, Hsu Lau Shan was founded in the early 1960s. At that time, he only operated on the streets of Yuen Long on a trolley, selling Guiling paste and various types of herbal tea. Later, he established a traditional herbal tea shop in Pao Zhan Fang, Yuen Long in the 1970s.
Until the 1980s, Xu Laushan reformed and transformed and began to sell coconut milk, carrot cake and other dessert snacks. In 1992, Hong Kong pioneered the "mango sago salsa". Later, its sago salsa, mango and other desserts were once popular among the post-80s. Young people born in the 90s.
Since then, Xu Liushan has been expanding his business. In 2008, Xu Liushan opened his first branch in Shenzhen, South China, and then expanded to Malaysia in 2012.
In 2016, Xu Liushan had more than 260 branches around the world, and opened its first branch in Seoul, South Korea the following year.
The only remaining branch in Yau Tong Base Camp, Xu Lau Shan, has closed its gate, and the store staff confirmed that the store had closed two days earlier.
(Photo by Luo Guohui)
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