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Jonathan Li

Hunting for talent

Headhunters help their clients find the right employees for their company. The job is fairly straightforward but requires good people skills. Young Post met Jonathan Li, a senior consultant for sales and marketing at the firm Ambition.

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Thursday, 19 May, 2011, 12:00am

Family theft admitted

A civil servant was convicted yesterday of stealing $42,000 and a watch from his sister-in-law after she went missing in November last year.

29 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Two appear in court over barbecue killing

A technician and a Form Three student, both male, appeared in court yesterday over the murder of a 22-year-old man at a barbecue during the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday break.

Wong To-sang, 22, and the 15-year-old student, whose name cannot be revealed, were jointly charged at Eastern Court yesterday with one count of murder.

25 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Police boss' secretary loses forced retirement appeal

A police commander's secretary lost her appeal against being forced into retirement for being persistently late arriving for work.

Justice Michael Hartmann yesterday dismissed the challenge by Jenny Tang Mei-ling in a judicial review of the decision by the commissioner of police to punish her with compulsory retirement.

8 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Man admits rape of tourists

A Pakistan-born man yesterday pleaded guilty in the Court of First Instance to raping two British tourists at Tai Mo Shan last year.

Muhammad Faryad, 27, admitted to raping two women on June 13 last year at a path at Tai Mo Shan, Tsuen Wan.

Deputy Judge Peter Line adjourned the case until today at the request of the defence.

7 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Second sentence means rapist will serve 10 years

A man already serving a jail term for raping his daughter was handed an additional 40-month sentence yesterday for trying to intimidate family members into testifying that the rape never took place.

2 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Socialite to be tested for fitness to stand trial

Socialite Mo Yuk-ping, accused of manipulating shares in a listed company controlled by her jailed husband, is in custody at a public hospital awaiting medical assessment of her fitness to attend trial.

30 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

Flier tried opening door to escape persecution

A Cathay Pacific passenger tried to open the cabin door to 'escape persecution' last November when the aircraft was at 10,700 metres, the District Court heard yesterday.

But flight attendants and passengers managed to stop Anthony Yeung Ngor-wah, 37, who was suffering a schizophrenic episode, prosecutor Walter Lau said.

16 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

Murder suspect in court

An elderly man, charged with the murder of a man outside a restaurant at a Chai Wan housing estate, is escorted to court yesterday.

Yu Chung-jing, 75, is accused of murdering Kong Hung-piu on August 4 in a sitting-out area outside the Man Ho Kui restaurant at the Tsui Wan Estate Shopping Centre.

14 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

Notes of phone tap 'found by chance'

The Independent Commission Against Corruption did not disclose to defence lawyers until June the intelligence it had gathered from tapping the phone conversations of the wife of jailed Shanghai tycoon Chau Ching-ngai, the District Court heard yesterday.

13 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

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