Dignity Kitchen is a Hong Kong restaurant that has a social purpose: The business is almost entirely staffed by people with physical or mental disabilities. The restaurant trains disabled employees to prep and cook food, as well as serve customers. “They are the people who need help. If we can get them a job, they will be out of the poverty cycle,” said Koh Seng Choon, the restaurant’s founder. Ultimately, Dignity Kitchen aims to place its employees in other jobs in the food and beverage sector so it can then welcome and train new groups of disabled employees. The kitchen has drawn customers with its social mission and offers them the option of buying meals for the less fortunate in the city.