The F word ‘fuk’ represents one of Chinese culture’s greatest values, and Hong Kong gin brand’s name is meant to celebrate, not curse

Never would I imagine feeling so protective towards the “f” word, but this particular “f” word probably isn’t the one that you are thinking of.The Chinese word fuk, which means “fortune” or “good luck” in English, encapsulates one of the greatest values in Chinese culture.In Hong Kong, when we hear people say zuk fuk to someone, it means they want to impart a blessing of luck, success, prosperity and happiness onto the recipient.During the Lunar New Year, you will see front doors adorned with…

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