Every day at lunch hour, a small restaurant in Cheung Sha Wan is packed with diners. But, unlike most establishments in the city, the pace is not hectic; dishes are served slowly and diners do not mind that most of the employees have mental disabilities.The restaurant, named Holy Cafe, serves western-style food and was opened in 2011 by Maria Sung Law Man-kwan. The initial idea was to give her autistic daughter, who had difficulty finding a suitable job, something to do.Having seen the…



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