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Businesses In Birmingham’s Chinatown Are Bouncing Back

The Chinese Quarters of England have been among the hardest hit throughout lockdown, with dozens of family-run businesses forced to close or rebrand, as well as experiencing hate crimes linked to coronaviris.

Well before Boris Johnson ordered restaurants and cafes to close, businesses in Birmingham’s Chinatown had already started to lose much of their regular custom. Almost five months on, restaurant owners are considering how to entice people back when emotions – and fears – are still running high.

So far 18 of the area’s 80-plus businesses have signalled they will reopen for a “soft launch” on 4 July.

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