2 Xing Fu Tang Outlets In The Klang Valley Were Attacked With Red Paint

The bubble tea company is also currently facing a dispute with its Taiwanese headquarters.

Cover image via Xing Fu Tang Malaysia/Facebook

Xing Fu Tang Malaysia recently announced on Facebook that two of its stores were splashed with red paint

A representative told SAYS that the SS15 and Sri Petaling outlets were vandalised on five different occasions between 17 October and 26 October.

The Facebook post read, "We don't know who did it, but we refuse to bow to thugs."

Photos show the store sign, iron shutters, and a car parked outside covered in red paint.

Xing Fu Tang Malaysia claims that they do not know who committed the crime.

The bubble tea company has lodged a police report and submitted CCTV footage to authorities.

The attacks came at a difficult time as the brand is currently involved in a dispute with the Taiwan headquarters

According to China Press, Xing Fu Tang Taiwan accused Collab Working Lifestyle, the authorised agent of Xing Fu Tang Malaysia, of imposing unreasonable demands. 

The headquarters publicly announced that they were cancelling their contract with Collab Working Lifestyle. 

However, Collab Working Lifestyle refuted the allegations and said that they have signed a 10-year agreement.

Collab Working Lifestyle executive director Derek Cheong also said that no one was hurt during the attacks.

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