HK floating restaurant sinks in S. China Sea
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Jumbo floating restaurant, a once famed but financially struggling Hong Kong tourist attraction, sank in the South China Sea after being towed away from the city, its parent company said Monday. It capsized on Sunday near the Paracel Islands after it “encountered adverse conditions” and began to take on water, Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises announced in a statement. “The water depth at the scene is over 1,000 meters, making it extremely difficult to carry out salvage works,” it added.
HK floating restaurant sinks in S. China Sea. (2022, June 22). Manila Bulletin, p. 4.
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