Dead hiker ‘who was slashed, pushed down hill by his friends : Hong Kong Police

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    Source: SCMP/Appledaily

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    A Hong Kong hiker was killed after he was slashed and pushed down a hill, according to the city’s police. The body of 20-year-old Kwok Wai-nok was found about 20 to 30 metres below a trail at 8.30am on Monday morning, more than 24 hours after he set out on a nighttime trip up Black Hill, also known as Ng Kwai Shan, in Lam Tin.

    On Monday, officers arrested three men, aged from 21 to 27, who went on the hike with the air-conditioning technician trainee. Chief inspector Ng Chung-wai said the victim was pushed down the slope after being attacked, with the body showing cuts and stab wounds on his neck and head. Examinations also revealed that Kwok, a war games enthusiast and avid hiker, had been dead for more than 24 hours when his body was found on Monday, but the cause of death was unconfirmed.

    The motive for the murder was still under investigation. Police reclassified the case of the missing hiker as murder soon after the body was found. Around 1pm on Sunday, Kwok’s mother called police as her son had still not returned that morning following a nighttime trip with the three suspects. The four started from the Haven of Hope Hospital in Tseung Kwan O on Saturday night, and headed for Black Hill.

    Kwok’s elder brother said one of his three friends claimed Kwok had to leave after he received a call at about 3.30am on Sunday and he also asked for the fastest way down and ended up taking a route he was not familiar with. The suspects claimed to have called him 30 minutes later, but he did not answer, and his phone messaging app showed him as being offline.

    Police, the Fire Services Department and Civil Aid Service launched a joint search with the help of a Government Flying Service helicopter and a command centre was set up at Lam Tin Park. According to the Fire Services Department, 13 fire engines and four ambulances were dispatched and about 75 firefighters and paramedics were deployed in the overnight search. It also said the victim was found on a hillside near Kwong Tin Estate, Lam Tin at about 8.30am. He was later certified dead by paramedics at the scene. 

    Police figures show there were eight reports of homicide in the first four months of this year, a 43 per cent drop compared with 14 cases in the same period last year.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Charmaine Sheh does not feel lonely to celebrate her 42th years old birthday

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    Source: Ming Pao

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    Today (28th May) is 42 years old Charmaine Sheh's birthday.  Recently, she has been receiving lots of flowers and presents for her birthday already. Two days ago, her good friends such as Angela Tong, Sherming Yiu, Toby Leung and Margaret Chung etc celebrated her forth coming birthday.  Charmaine was so touched that she left a message in social media : "Girlfriends will make you laugh so hard you snort (in a nice restaurant), hold you when you hurt, and always seem to know just when you need them the most. So glad to have you girls on my birthday......"
     


    Masked Hong Kong gang robs foreign businessman of HK$400,000 at knifepoint next to Chungking Mansions

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    Source: SCMP/Appledaily

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    A gang of men wielding knives robbed a foreign businessman of HK$400,000 in an attack next to Chungking Mansions on Saturday night.

    The group of four slashed the 61-year-old in the head, leg and back outside the high-rise complex on Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, at about 11.20pm. They stole his watch and his bag, which contained cash in both Hong Kong and US dollars. They then jumped into a getaway car, and sped towards Hung Hom, police said. The victim was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Yau Ma Tei, by ambulance.

    Photographs in local media showed blood spattered across the pavement in the popular shopping district, while shocked tourists looked on. A spokeswoman for Hong Kong Police said no arrests had been made. She said the suspects, all non-ethnic Chinese, wore hats and masks. Three wore all black, while one wore a white top with black trousers. The spokeswoman confirmed the victim, surname Fam, was foreign but not a tourist.


    ‘Our hearts are broken’: Hong Kong-born student drowns in United States

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    Source: SCMP/KGW.com

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    A man from Hong Kong who had been studying in the United States has drowned in Oregon.

    According to Associated Press, Yau Kung-shing, 25, was out with friends on Monday at Three Pools, a popular swimming spot in a national forest. When the group dove into the water, Yau never resurfaced. Kayakers found a body two days later, and it was identified as Yau’s.

    Yau was a student at Linn-Benton Community College and had studied in the United States for the past seven years. Yau’s friends wrote on social media about his death, saying: “Our hearts are broken today, we lost an amazing soul. We love you Buddy, and we will always remember you...”

    The Hong Kong Immigration Department said it had contacted Yau’s family and offered help.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Jessica Hsuan wishes to film series with Louis Koo again

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    Source: Asian E-News Portal

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    Jessica Hsuan's  popularity has soared after filming "My Unfair Lady" series. However, she denies about her salary has risen thrice: "Many people approach me recently about my salary increases, yes, I have a salary increase but I have no idea how many times. I am happy to film the series."

    Mentioning about TVB inviting many old artists to film series recently, Jessica replies it is good and she agrees to film TVB series this time as the filming method is different: "Many people ask if I will film TVB series again as it depends on the script, quality, opponent and the team decision. (Who do you want to act with again?) Louis Koo but I believe it is a slim chance. (Rumoured that Louis wanted to woo Natalie Tong ?) It is normal for Louis to look for young filming partner."


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