Hong Kong police launch hunt for three men after suspected gang rape

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    Source: SCMP/Appledaily

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    Police were searching for three men on Wednesday after a 36-year-old woman claimed she was gang raped after she passed out in a flat in Hong Kong. One of the alleged attackers was understood to be her former boyfriend, who is in his 40s, and the other two men were his friends, according to police.

    The ordeal was said to have happened when the woman went to her ex-boyfriend’s home in To Kwa Wan Road in To Kwa Wan in the early hours of Monday. His two male friends were in the flat at the time of the incident. Officers were told that she went there to lend him HK$2,000, according to a police source. “She claimed she was raped by the three men after she passed out in the flat,” the source said. She left the flat and returned to her home in Sha Tin Pass Road, Wong Tai Sin on Tuesday but did not make a report to police.

    She called police from her home before daybreak on Wednesday after she talked to her current boyfriend about the matter. Police launched a search for the three men after receiving a report from the victim at about 4.15am on Wednesday. The source said officers were investigating why she passed out in the incident. “Crime squad officers will interview and take a statement from her,” he said.

    It is understood police are investigating whether she took illegal drugs in the To Kwa Wan flat and passed out from an overdose. Detectives from the Kowloon City district crime squad are handling the case. So far, no one has been arrested. There has been an increase in sex crimes in the city in the first seven months of this year, despite an overall downward trend in recent years. Between January and July, there were 39 cases of rape and 620 cases of indecent assault, showing increases of 14.7 and 6.2 per cent respectively from the same period last year.
     

    Teacher gives teabags to parents of her students, wins over netizens for being caring

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    Source: Coconuts HK

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    A photo posted on a Facebook group yesterday shows two notes stuck onto a teabag and a wrapped candy. The person who posted the photo, surnamed Leung, said: “Usually the teachers encourage the students, but this one is encouraging the parents. This teacher is very thoughtful.”

    According to hk01, the Post-it note — 

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     — said: “When you are cheering for your sons and daughters during the exam period, let us support you, have a sip of tea and appreciate your children’s efforts.” 

    A separate piece of paper attached to the candy had the words: “Work hard! Add oil!” “Add oil” (In Cantonese pronounced “gar yau”) is used to cheer someone on. The small gesture prompted positive reactions from netizens who made comments such as: “The students in her class must be lucky,” “such a sweet teacher,” and “cheer for good teachers.”


    Edwin Siu shares a group photo in bed: We are hugging together

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    Source: Asian E-News Portal/Ming Pao

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    Edwin Siu , Raymond Cho , Raymond Wong and Wayne Lai  travelled to Thailand to film the show " Short End Of The Stick" earlier. They went for sun tanning together. On 09 November, Edwin posted a photo of themselves in bed and left a message about hugging together. Isn't he worried about making his girlfriend, Priscilla Wong unhappy? It turns out that the photo is meant to be a joke and many netizens remark it is funny.


    Peace Breaker film: Aaron Kwok requests Wang Qianyuan to feed him with toilet water

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    Source: Asian E-NewsPortal/Ming Pao

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    New film "Peace Breaker"  starring Aaron Kwok  and Wang Qianyuan  have started airing in Hong Kong on 16 November. It is the first time for Aaron to work together with Korean team and he uses real punching with Qianyuan in order to achieve a realistic effect. Aaron also requests Qianyuan to feed him with toilet water and he is indeed a professional actor.


    Aaron says: "It is action scene every minute and Qianyuan is a big sized actor with massive energy. Everyone feels heart pain when he punches me each time and it should make the audiences feeling the pain for me too. I feel very excited and he is an excellent opponent." Qianyuan expresses he is worried about hurting Aaron but he keeps urging him to abuse him and he is injured and almost causes delay to his concert.


    Two men arrested for filming with unlicensed guns in Mong Kok

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    Source: Apple Daily HK/Youtube/Ejinsight

    Two men in masks with guns alarmed people at the Allied Plaza Cosmopolitan Center in Mong Kok on Saturday night. They were shooting a video for a film challenge. Photo: Internet]

    Police arrested two men for carrying guns in a video shoot without a license. The men, surnamed Chung and Yau caused a commotion at the Allied Plaza Cosmopolitan Center in Mong Kok on Saturday night when they were seen wearing masks and brandishing guns, Apple Daily reports.

    They were filming a short video for a Jockey Club film challenge. They also starred in the film. Citizens reported them to the police. They were caught with two air rifles and four lighter-shaped pistols. Chung, a 31-year-old special effects supervisor and Yau, a 21-year-old employee of an advertising company were released on bail and told to report to the police next month.

    The film was completed within 48 hours and submitted as a challenge entry on time. Scriptwriter Norris Wong Yee-lam apologized to all who were affected by the incident, including the police and the Hong Kong Arts Centre. There were about 20 people involved in the production including a group of university students who are studying drama. The competition will be judged by professionals and two awards worth a combined HK$100,000 will be given out based on public voting.The public screening and awards ceremony will take place on December 8th at the Cultural Centre Piazza in Tsim Sha Tsui.


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