Coronavirus: Hong Kong chef, 35, revealed as winner of HK$10.8 million flat in vaccination lottery

A 35-year-old chef has been revealed as the winner of a flat worth HK$10.8 million (US$1.4 million) offered in a lucky draw aimed at encouraging Hong Kong residents to get vaccinated against Covid-19.The man, who preferred to only give his surname as Lee, was picked from among 2.5 million residents who signed up for the lottery organised by Sino Group’s philanthropic arm and developer Chinese Estates Holdings.Lee said he would move out of the place he rents in Cheung Sha Wan and into the new…


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