Hong Kong judge sides with whistle-blower in defamation case over mouldy Hoi Tin Tong turtle jelly

Hong Kong herbal products chain Hoi Tin Tong has failed to clear its name over damning news reports that it served mould-infested turtle jelly to customers, with a court on Monday taking the side of a whistle-blower in finding the allegations to indeed be true.The company had sued its former advertising agent, Choy Kwok-keung, for more than HK$130 million (US$16.7 million) for defamation over the reports, in particular videos published by the now defunct Apple Daily newspaper showing a…


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