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  • Apr 20, 2014
  • Updated: 2:01pm


Hotel employee, supplier face bribery charges

A former purchasing manager from Renaissance Kowloon Hotel Hong Kong and a proprietor of a fresh meat company were charged with bribery in relation to food supplies to the hotel, the Independent Commission Against Corruption said.

Wednesday, 23 July, 2008, 12:00am



8 Apr 2003 - 12:00am

New bribery charge

Former assistant general manager of the Bank of China Li Dafan, 48, will appear in Eastern Court today charged with accepting $650,000 in bribes for arranging banking facilities of $18 million to Lam Mui-tuen, a proprietor of an aluminium company, in October 1997.

13 Jun 2000 - 12:00am

Money changer robbed

The proprietor, 39, of a San Po Kong money changer's and his wife, 33, were robbed of $127,000 by two men when they returned to their home in Broadcast Drive, Kowloon Tong.

13 Aug 1996 - 12:00am

Shop boss robbed

The proprietor of a shop in Bedford Road, Tai Kok Tsui, was robbed of $10,000 in cash, a $40,000 watch and cheques worth $600,000 by two men, one armed with a knife.

20 Jun 1996 - 12:00am

Cards scam

A 33-YEAR-OLD roast pork shop proprietor in Electric Road, North Point, said he was tricked into a card game by several men and later forced to sign an IOU for $210,000.

12 Jan 1996 - 12:00am

Porn seizure

POLICE seized 420 pornographic video cassettes in a raid on a shop in Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok. The 49-year-old proprietor was arrested.

26 Oct 1995 - 12:00am

Market probe

Western police were last night questioning the 57-year-old proprietor of a medicine shop to determine whether goods in his shop were bought from a gang which stole them form supermarkets. He was arrested after police trailed two men making a delivery of goods stolen earlier from a North Point supermarket.

11 Aug 1995 - 12:00am

Goods stolen

THE proprietor of a trading company in Sha Tsui Road, Tsuen Wan, returned to his office to find watches and components worth $1.7 million stolen.

23 May 1994 - 12:00am

Red lights dimmed but shine on in seamy Chengdu

THE big sign above the door labels the establishment, somewhat ambiguously, as an amusement centre. Step inside, and any uncertainty is quickly dispelled.

On the left, behind clapboard panels, are three sitting rooms with low-slung vinyl sofas and lotus bud-shaped table lights - all bathed in red light.

27 Feb 1994 - 12:00am