“Fortunes for Solidarity” covers a total of 5,000 cookies, each of which comes with takeouts. The campaign will end on Nov. 23, when Quebec is expected to lift lockdown measures.
“There is no one in Chinatown right now; it is so quiet. I think that might be one of the reasons why people are vandalizing,” Dobe & Andy co-owner Eric Ku told Eater. “The opportunity is just there for them.”
Coupons from the fortune cookies will be honored until Dec. 21.
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