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Doctor found guilty by Medical Council over sexual remarks

Dr Tsoi Wing-sang appears for a disciplinary inquiry yesterday at the Medical Council in Wong Chuk Hang. Photo: Edward Wong

Dr Tsoi Wing-sang was found guilty by the Medical Council of professional misconduct after a 41-year-old former school teacher, known as Ms A, accused him of sexually harassing her.

Monday, 3 June, 2013, 7:56am 1 comment

Woods fined HK$100,000 for 'misconduct'

Sean Woods. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Trainer Sean Woods was fined HK$100,000 by Hong Kong Jockey Club stewards yesterday for comments he made in a South China Morning Post article in March, becoming the first trainer to be fined under a similar misconduct charge for nearly 10 years.

1 May 2013 - 4:37am

Hong Kong Freemasons angered by cash controversy 'cover-up'

Zetland Hall in Central, which is home to Freemasonry in Hong Kong. Photo: Edward Wong

It is an organisation synonymous with secrecy, but one trying hard to change its image. However, confidential documents from the inner sanctum of Hong Kong Freemasonry - seen by the Sunday Morning Post - appear to show the task may be a tough one.

28 Apr 2013 - 5:50am 4 comments

Short Soccer, March 14, 2013

Wilfried Zaha

Championship leaders Cardiff left it deep into injury time to snatch a point in a 1-1 home draw with Leicester. Rudy Gestede headed a dramatic equaliser, two minutes into stoppage time, as the late-goal specialists spared their blushes to stay four points clear of Hull.

14 Mar 2013 - 4:27am

China Digest, February 8, 2013

The former party secretary of Chaohu's civil affairs bureau was sentenced to 10½ years in jail for embezzling 100,000 yuan (HK$124,400) from village coffers in 2005, when he was party chief of Zhonghan town. 

8 Feb 2013 - 4:43am

Insurers attack plan for HK$10m fine on perpetrators of mis-selling

Allan Yu Kin-nam,  a Hong Kong Federation of Insurers task force chairman. Photo: SCMP Pictures

The industry body submitted a report to the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau expressing its concerns over the fines, and also the government's plan to set up a new insurance authority to regulate the sector.

6 Feb 2013 - 5:43pm

Patient 'told doctor she loved him'

Dr Barry Tsang Ka-hung. Photo: Nora Tam

Dr Barry Tsang Ka-hung denied the woman's claim that they had sex five times during 2009. He said they had never had a relationship, and had only ever been doctor and patient, and insurance broker and client.

28 Jan 2013 - 6:36am

Scandals set off watchdog warnings

A former deputy head of a Shanghai Pudong Development Bank branch in Zhengzhou allegedly used 6.4 billion yuan in depositors' money to fund loan-sharking schemes. Photo: Bloomberg

Shanghai's banking regulator has told lenders to set up telephone hotlines for complaints about staff misconduct in selling wealth management products.

The move is seen as a gesture towards protecting consumer rights after a slew of irregularities in the banking sector.

25 Jan 2013 - 4:56am

Short Sport, January 8, 2013

The Lakers' Steve Nash is double-teamed by the Nuggets.

Shane Warne hit with fine and suspension

8 Jan 2013 - 3:04am

China Digest, November 26, 2012

Developers for six skyscrapers planned in the capital's central business district have asked the municipal planning commission for permission to make their buildings taller, by up to 100 metres, to help them better match their surrounding landscape, which will include the 510-metre-tall China Zun building to be completed in 2016.

26 Nov 2012 - 4:59am

Misconduct in public office covers all public officials

A tough Open to get tickets for.

Following our reflections on why it was taking so long for the ICAC to announce a decision on whether it intends to prosecute former chief executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen we came across a discussion of the case in an ONC Lawyers newsletter.

16 Nov 2012 - 2:47am 1 comment

Medical China's former chief ordered to pay HK$10.7m over misconduct

A Hong Kong court yesterday ordered the former chief executive of Medical China, Li Wo-hing, to pay compensation of HK$10.7 million to the company for the losses it incurred as a result of his misconduct in 2004.

27 Sep 2012 - 3:25am

Education, not 'Olympic spirit', is solution to bad behaviour in soccer

Education, not 'Olympic spirit', is solution to bad behaviour in soccer

As we transition to the new English Premier League season and approach the player-transfer deadline, another kind of transfer is flavour of the month. It's the transfer of Olympic ideals to the world of soccer. Managers, players, commentators and sports writers have all trumpeted the success of the London Olympics by promoting the essence of the "Olympic spirit" to soccer.

24 Aug 2012 - 3:34am

Community service order for architect

A Housing Department landscape architect has been ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. Paul Wong Kwong-shun, 54, was found guilty of recommending the use of a landscaping material without disclosing his connection to the company that provided it. District Court Judge Patrick Li Hon-leung described the offence as 'serious misconduct' when he passed sentence.

27 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Bring on technology so we can stop blaming the poor referees

A man known as a soccer referee makes what appears to be a mistake in judgment in front of billions of people. The world can see it, but he cannot and he will not change his mind. Play on. Everyone does except for the TV people, who play it back - again and again and again.

2 Jul 2006 - 12:00am