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Macau triad kingpin faces expulsion from Canada after wiretap exposé

Lai Tong Sang

Now the Canadian government wants to expel the onetime head of the Wo On Lok triad and his family, 17 years after an immigration blunder allowed him to flee to Vancouver and bring his gang war to the city with him.

Saturday, 2 March, 2013, 2:44am

Quotes of the Week

The reason why this kind of noise causes annoyance is its continuity. The loudness would be less important

Mr Justice Louis Tong Po-sun of the Court of First Instance, in a ruling that says a dog has to bark for more than 30 minutes continuously to qualify as causing a disturbance

23 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

Vice ring suspect is arrested with $1.2m

The alleged mastermind behind the vice syndicate smashed by the police on Monday was caught with rolls of bank notes in her bag in Tuen Mun yesterday afternoon.

The 39-year-old woman, a former mainlander who is now a Hong Kong resident, was said to be the leader of a cross-border prostitution racket that has already made an estimated $35 million.

6 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

Chinese University academic criticised for agreeing to represent alleged smuggling boss

The Chinese University academic hired by alleged mainland smuggling kingpin Lai Changxing to provide legal advice has been criticised for taking an 'immoral' job.

The controversy surrounding associate professor Stephen Tang Lung-wai comes as university chiefs decide if the job amounts to unauthorised 'outside practice' and could bring the institution into disrepute.

12 Jan 2001 - 12:00am

'Kingpin's' case brought forward

Alleged smuggling kingpin and head of the Yuan Hua Group Lai Changxing will have the hearing of his appeal against the Canadian immigration court's decision to keep him and his wife Tsang Mingna in detention brought forward at the Federal Court on Thursday.

9 Dec 2000 - 12:00am

'Gangsters accuse suspected kingpin'

Accomplices of an alleged Hong Kong crime kingpin have turned on their boss, accusing him of being the brains behind a series of cross-border crimes, a closed-door trial in Zhuhai has heard.

Details of last week's hearing, held in secret, have surfaced in mainland news reports.

12 Oct 1999 - 12:00am