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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Listed firms controlled by Tomorrow Holdings, the company run by missing China-born businessman Xiao Jianhua, fell on Monday after mystery over his exit from Hong Kong deepened, with reports that he was whisked from a hotel in a wheelchair.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Missing China-born billionaire Xiao Jianhua was whisked in a wheelchair from a luxury Hong Kong hotel in the early hours of Jan 27 with his head covered, a source close to the businessman told Reuters.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scores of China social media postings about a well-connected billionaire who went missing from a Hong Kong hotel have been deleted, pointing to what appears to be heightened sensitivity in Beijing over the case of Xiao Jianhua.
Hong Kong: The mystery over the reported abduction from Hong Kong of a Chinese billionaire deepened after a newspaper advert appeared in his name pledging loyalty to China, in a case that has heightened fears over Beijing’s meddling.
Hong Kong (AFP) - The mystery over the reported abduction from Hong Kong of a Chinese billionaire deepened Wednesday after a newspaper advert appeared in his name pledging loyalty to China, in a case that has heightened fears over Beijing's meddling.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - A missing China-born billionaire was quoted by state media on Tuesday as saying he had not been abducted from Hong Kong by mainland Chinese agents as some news outlets had reported but was receiving medical treatment.
NIBONG Tebal United FC (NTUFC) and Chinese Recreation Club (CRC) could not have asked for a better way to usher in 2015.
THE Penang Education Department has taken another step towards football development in the state by organising the first state Under-11 Inter-Zone 9-a-side football tournament.
SOME 50,000 customers of Mah Sing Group Bhd are expected to turn up at the two-day 20th anniversary celebration of the group, which will be held at its show gallery in Batu Maung, Penang, from tomorrow.
WITH three key players down with injuries before their first round clash with Terengganu T-Team in the President Cup, more bad news awaited Penang coach Kamal Khalid.