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Hong Kong doctor convicted of indecent assault for grabbing schoolgirl’s buttocks on bus spared jail after magistrate shows mercy
Lau Ka-chun, 27, sentenced to 240 hours of community service after court agrees to request by defence Conviction for indecent assault on public transport generally warrants 14 to 28 days of imprisonment, even for first-time offenders, magistrate says
More than one billion views of Mulan discussion in China hours after trailer screens during Women’s World Cup final While some quibble over technical details, the vast majority are eagerly awaiting Disney’s first Chinese princess
Canto-pop singer Denise Ho calls on UN Human Rights Council to remove China over ‘abuses’ in Hong Kong
Invited by two human rights NGOs to address the council, Ho’s two-minute speech is twice interrupted on points of order by China delegate Singer says one country, two systems is ‘nearing its death’ following ‘years of deceitful promises’ by China
When ‘Silver’ Tetsuya’s grandson asked him if he’d dress with a little more daring, the retired school principal happily obliged. Both fell about laughing Now, after 20 fashion shoots featuring looks from labels such as Dolce & Gabbana, Alyx and Loewe, he has 100,000 Instagram followers
Chan Kwok-ching, 32, pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape and one of unlawful detention.
Shenzhen police say Xianyu account holder admitted sending abusive messages Mother fears man may have bought daughter’s clothes and knows where she lives
The world’s oldest sitting prime minister has been inundated with well wishes from Malaysians and world leaders such as Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong But the nonagenarian only has one thing in mind – to finish his work ‘setting Malaysia on the road to recovery’
Viral Facebook video of maggot-infested cherries posted in Canada hits sales of fruit in Hong Kong markets
Imports from US drop 26 per cent in May 2019 year on year and from Turkey tumble 70 per cent Washington cherries are being sold for around HK$70-80 for two pounds, about 20 per cent lower than the same time last year
Three newborn kittens found dead with legs bound by rope among abandoned litter of five in Hong Kong village
One of the two surviving cats died later at SPCA headquarters Animal cruelty case is second in a week in city, with earlier incident involving poisoned dogs
MANILA: Jose Manuel “Chel” Diokno, a lawyer for a group of fishermen who had asked for an environmental protection order from the Supreme Court, has accused the government of underhanded tactics for talking to his clients behind his back to get them to withdraw the case.