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Tsang Wai-Hung

The hawk who won't say sorry

Accusations that Andy Tsang Wai-hung has been heavy-handed in dealing with public protests after barely nine months as the city's police chief - particularly during last month's visit of Vice-Premier Li Keqiang - should come as no surprise.

Sunday, 4 September, 2011, 12:00am

Public Eye

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24 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

New deputy police commissioner

Tsang Wai-hung (left), the police force's director of operations, will be promoted to deputy commissioner (management), the government said yesterday. Mr Tsang, 49, will assume the post on January 7. He will replace Fung Siu-yuen, who will retire after 35 years. Assistant Commissioner (Operations) Henrique Koo Sii-hong will also be promoted to senior assistant commissioner.

22 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Dozens of drivers may be prosecuted over airport blockade

Police are considering prosecuting taxi and van drivers involved in the slow-drive protests earlier this month that caused traffic jams on routes to the airport for up to seven hours.

'We have already identified the information on the vehicles involved in the blockage. We are studying it and might prosecute them later,' police operations director Tsang Wai-hung said yesterday.

25 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Roaming students target for street crime, study finds

More than half the youths in a recent survey roamed the streets, making them prone to crime, drugs and gambling, social workers said yesterday.

A total of 2,034 students, aged 13 to 15 from 20 secondary schools, were questioned by the Hong Kong Family Welfare Society. It found 59 per cent arrived home after 10pm at least one day a month.

21 Jan 2002 - 12:00am