One of Hong Kong’s largest supermarket chains has announced more details of its plan to return half of the cash it received from the government’s coronavirus-relief measures – with HK$32 million up for grabs in a lucky draw.ParknShop, which is backed by tycoon Li Ka-shing, revealed on Wednesday that anyone with a Hong Kong ID card, not just its customers, would be eligible to win cash prizes.As part of its commitment to return a total of HK$81 million in wage subsidies, a further HK$40 million…