The record $3.8 million reward for the arrest of two men who chopped off publisher Leung Tin-wai's arm has been gathering dust for more than two years.
Police yesterday appealed again for information on the savage attack.Monday, 20 July, 1998, 12:00am
About 100 people lost their jobs when news magazine Surprise Weekly folded on Tuesday.
Publisher Leung Tin-wai - who had his arm severed in an attack at the magazine's Quarry Bay office in 1996 - said lack of advertising had prompted the closure.
'In these times of financial uncertainty we have no choice but to make this painful decision,' Mr Leung said.30 Jan 1998 - 12:00am
PUBLISHER Leung Tin-wai, steadily recovering from a vicious attack, fears journalists will come under increasing pressure in the run-up to the handover.
In his first full interview since his left forearm and thumbs were severed by two men during an assault at his Quarry Bay office on May 15, Leung said he was making a good recovery.1 Sep 1996 - 12:00am
A throwaway remark in a magazine article apparently predicted the attack in which publisher Leung Tin-wai had his arm chopped off.
But Mr Leung, who returned home from hospital on Monday, said yesterday he had removed the article before the assault because it seemed to be libellous.28 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
Two triad groups are suspected of involvement in the attack in which veteran journalist Leung Tin-wai's arm was severed, police said yesterday.
Nine men have been arrested in connection with the attack. Seven were being questioned last night and two had been released.
The arrests began on Wednesday and continued yesterday.7 Jun 1996 - 12:00am
A fund for journalists injured, killed or suffering money problems has been set up with $2 million donated after the attack on publisher Leung Tin-wai. The money, from an anonymous donor, had been mistakenly added to the reward for the capture of Mr Leung's attackers. Mr Leung has agreed to become a trustee of the fund.25 May 1996 - 12:00am
The media group organising the reward for the arrest of the attackers of publisher Leung Tin-wai will meet next week to discuss an expiry date.
By last night, about $5 million had been raised.24 May 1996 - 12:00am
Police spoke to publisher Leung Tin-wai, 53, for the first time since his hand was chopped off in an attack by two men last week. Officers are still waiting for a formal statement. The reward for the capture of his attackers has risen to $7 million.21 May 1996 - 12:00am
The brutal attack on veteran journalist Leung Tin-wai has shocked Hong Kong. While it may be too early to be categorical about the motives behind this vicious assault, it can scarcely be a coincidence that it came on the eve of the launch of his new magazine, Surprise Weekly.17 May 1996 - 12:00am