Bone-setting specialist Chris Leong nabbed in Palembang for violating visa

Photo from Chris Leong's Facebook

PETALING JAYA: Some 20 people, 16 of them Malaysians, including Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner Chris Leong, were detained by Indonesian authorities recently in Palembang for allegedly violating their tourist visas.

Sumatera's Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights head Sudirman D Hury said the authorities, in a joint effort with several state agencies, arrested the individuals in a four-star hotel in Palembang.

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