According to Hong Kong media reports on the 8th, in May this year, all walks of life in Hong Kong responded to the call of the Hong Kong government and launched a number of lottery plans for vaccinators. Among them, two Hong Kong real estate developers jointly donated a 40 square meter new house worth HK $10.8 million to participate in the lucky draw, which attracted the most attention.
Among them, the most concerned by the Hong Kong people is that the Huang Tingfang charitable fund of Hong Kong Xinhe group and the Chinese real estate group announced to jointly donate the one bedroom house of Kaihui, a new real estate in Kwun Tong, to Hong Kong permanent residents who have been vaccinated with two doses of new crown vaccine and over the age of 18 in the form of lottery.
The house has a practical area of 449 square feet (about 41.7 square meters) and is worth HK $10.8 million (about RMB 8.86 million).
Many netizens saw this behind the scenes and said that it was too lucky. They had nothing to say except envy good luck.
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