Taiwanese prosecutors have brought murder and other charges against a man accused of shooting the son of Kuomintang honorary chairman Lien Chan during an election rally in November.
by Max Hardberger
Nicholas Brealey Publishing, HK$130
In 'In from the cold' published yesterday on page A15, Lien Chan was incorrectly identified as former Democratic Progressive Party chairman. Mr Lien is former chairman of the Kuomintang. His name...
Thousands in clashes over Lien Chan's 'journey of peace'
Taiwanese opposition leader Lien Chan's historic 'journey of peace' to the mainland got off to a bad start yesterday.
Lien Chan's history-making trip has received overwhelming coverage by state media, from probing minute details of his life and family to counting the number of suitcases he was carrying.
Taiwan Vice-President Lien Chan yesterday admitted he lent NT$36.24 million (HK$8.33 million) to a former protege later convicted on corruption charges.
Leung Wing-fai is a legal executive, a person with legal training who is not a solicitor. He works for solicitors Sit Fung Kwong and Shum handling property conveyancing. After taking a three-year...
INVESTING in prime London residential property should provide an annual yield of up to 7 per cent and offer the prospect of capital growth, the director of a UK investment company claims.
CONFUSION over who qualifies as a creditworthy guarantor in China could limit the effectiveness of the mainland's new security law in the short term, a foreign banker warns.
THE legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another in England is commonly known as conveyancing.
Theoretically, while it may be possible to do it...
THE Hospital Authority is to spend more than $7.3 million on public relations and publicity work, according to the Secretary for Health and Welfare, Elizabeth Wong Chien Chi-lien.
SECRETARY for Health and Welfare Elizabeth Wong Chien Chi-lien has pledged she will not introduce proposals in a recently-published consultation document on medical fees if they are strongly...