Linda Chung gives birth to baby boy

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    Source: The Straits Times

    Hong Kong actress Linda Chung announced on both her Facebook and Instagram accounts that her son - Jared Anthony Leung - had been born.

    Hong Kong actress Linda Chung has given birth to a baby boy.

    The Canadian-born star, 34, announced on both her 

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     accounts that her son - Jared Anthony Leung - had been born. In a Facebook post dated Thursday (Sept 6), the actress welcomed the boy into her family. She also tagged the post #naturalhomebirth. 

    She later confirmed in a voice recording to Hong Kong media outlets that she delivered the child at home in Canada. She also said that the boy weighed seven pounds and 14 ounces, or around 3.6kg. This is Chung's second child. She 

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    , 13 years her senior, in 2015 and 

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    . In her voice recording, she said that Jared, her son, was born with a full head of hair and greatly resembles his older sister Kelly. She added that she received many comments from her family members, who teased her for having given birth to twins. The actress said that she received professional advice on how to make her delivery safer and smoother. She added that she felt it was an "empowering" way to give birth and that she is now recuperating in confinement.

    Chung, who got her start as a beauty pageant queen and is known for her various roles in Hong Kong's TVB dramas, announced her pregnancy on Instagram in March this year. She had uploaded a family portrait with a lengthy caption. In it, she revealed that her contract with long-time employer TVB has ended and that she would scale back on her work briefly to focus on her family. She also wrote that she would return to acting after the birth of her second child.


    Police arrest 4 men in connection with Andy Lau ticket queue stabbing

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    Source: Coconuts HK/Appledaily/Youtube

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    Police have arrested four men in connection with the stabbing of a man who was camping out overnight to buy concert tickets.

    According to Apple Daily, 

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     A further three men — aged between 29 to 30 — were apprehended in Ngau Tau Kok, Wong Tai Sin, and Aberdeen this afternoon. 

    The four men were arrested on suspicion of wounding someone with intent following the stabbing of a 58-year-old mainland man surnamed Zheng who was 

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    . According to Apple Daily, Tam reportedly approached individuals in the queue and offered to stand in line for them. When Zheng refused to budge, he was attacked with a knife and taken to the hospital with injuries to his left ear and left arm.

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     However, RTHK reported today that concert organisers have decided that in the interest of public safety, they will not sell tickets for Lau’s upcoming tour over the counter, and 

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    Hera Chan crowned Miss Hong Kong 2018

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    Source: Ecns.cn/Appledaily/Ming Pao/TVB youtube

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    Miss Friendship: Claudia Chan

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    Audience popularity Award:  Krystl Kung, Tania Chan 


    The 46th edition of the Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2018 grand final was held on AUGUST 26. The winners will represent Hong Kong in Miss World 2018 and Miss Chinese International 2019.

    Winners list

    Miss hong Kong : Hera Chan

    1st runner up: Amber Tang 

    2nd runner up: Sara Ting

    Miss Photogenic: Amber Tang

    Miss Friendship: Claudia Chan

    Audience popularity Award: Krystl Kung, Tania Chan 


    Hong Kong hospital apologises for patient’s death after student nurse performed unsupervised procedure

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    Source: SCMP/Appledaily

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    A Hong Kong hospital apologised for failing to follow protocol after the death of an elderly patient, upon whom a nursing student performed a medical procedure without supervision or guidance early this month. Tuen Mun Hospital released a statement on Monday night on the incident, which happened about three weeks ago, and expressed deep condolences to the relatives of the deceased patient.

    On August 4, a nursing student in a surgical ward tried to perform tracheal suction for the 61-year-old man with a temporary tracheostomy after learning that he was uncomfortable and had sputum retention. According to the hospital, the student’s attempt was in vain, and the patient was found to have a small amount of blood-stained vomit. The student asked for immediate help from a duty nurse who, with other nurses, took over the procedure. “The condition of the patient kept deteriorating and the patient’s tracheostomy tube was also found displaced,” the hospital spokesman said.

    Two on-duty doctors arrived and the patient developed cardiac arrest, but resumed circulation after half an hour. He was then sent to the intensive care unit but his condition deteriorated further and he died on August 25. The hospital said management began a preliminary investigation on August 7 by reviewing the procedure performed by the student and the patient’s symptoms. According to the Hospital Authority’s prevailing protocol, supervision and guidance must be provided when a nursing student is performing tracheostomy suction for patients,” the spokesman said. The case has been referred to the coroner and the Hospital Authority will launch an investigation.

    In June this year, a 75-year-old end-stage renal failure patient at Tuen Mun Hospital 

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     during a shower. An initial examination revealed the patient’s rectum had been perforated. The hospital and the patient’s family reported the case to the police, who are investigating the incident.


    Five infected with hepatitis E after receiving organs from same Hong Kong woman

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    Source: SCMPOn.cc

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    Five people who received transplanted organs from the same donor have been infected with hepatitis E, a Hong Kong hospital revealed on Monday, in what was thought to be the first case of its kind in the city.

    A Queen Mary Hospital spokeswoman said staff had received a report from the University of Hong Kong’s department of microbiology on Monday saying several patients who received organs in February had all been infected with the potentially deadly virus. “The suspected infection channel was donated organs,” the spokeswoman said.

    The hospital told the Hospital Authority and the Centre for Health Protection about the case and has been in contact with the affected patients to provide assistance and treatment. It was reported the donor was in her 40s and died at Princess Margaret Hospital in Kwai Chung in February.

    According to a hospital source, she donated at least five organs including her heart, liver, lungs and both kidneys. There were five infected recipients. One patient, who received the woman’s lungs, had already died, according to reports. It was unclear whether the death was related to the infection. According to medical experts, it was the first case of hepatitis E transmission through organ donation in Hong Kong.

    Dr Luk Che-chung, chief executive of Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam, said organs were not ordinarily tested for hepatitis E because the virus was rare. Hepatitis E is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis E virus, mainly transmitted by faecal contamination of drinking water. Bad cases can result in liver failure and death. The hospital said it would give more information on the case on Tuesday.

     


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