Triad leader Lai Tong Sang faces an uphill battle to retain Canadian residency after three days of incriminating testimony at an immigration hearing this week. It included claims that he ordered the murder of arch-rival "Broken Tooth" Wan Kuok-koi and a top lieutenant.Saturday, 2 March, 2013, 2:45am
Now the Canadian government wants to expel the onetime head of the Wo On Lok triad and his family, 17 years after an immigration blunder allowed him to flee to Vancouver and bring his gang war to the city with him.2 Mar 2013 - 2:44am
But on a summer's night in 1997 those worlds collided when triad gunmen sprayed a luxury home on the Canadian city's east side with bullets. The owner of the home and apparent target, Lai Tong Sang, was not hurt.2 Mar 2013 - 2:45am
Sunday, Oriental Daily
Retired horse trainer Brian Kan released from jail12 Jan 2013 - 2:46am
"Broken Tooth" Wan Kuok-koi walked free from jail yesterday with the swagger of the notorious gangster he once was.
He may have declared his life of crime is over, but on his release from Coloane's maximum security prison there was no disguising the fact that he still wields plenty of power.2 Dec 2012 - 3:19am 2 comments
Triads in Macau now earn rich pickings from the city's casinos instead of robbing the public. And with Beijing in charge, the public disorder that dogged the then Portuguese enclave before the 1999 handover is unlikely to be seen again.
So say a Macau politician and a businessman whose trade was badly affected by pre-handover criminality.2 Dec 2012 - 6:28am
'Broken Tooth' out of prison1 Dec 2012 - 2:41am
It's a tall order, but on his release from Coloane's maximum-security prison today, Macau's most notorious gangster wants one thing - to be forgotten.1 Dec 2012 - 12:13pm
The release from jail next month of a triad boss known as Broken Tooth is fuelling speculation that the Chinese gambling playground of Macau could be on the verge of a return to the vicious gang violence of its colonial past.26 Nov 2012 - 1:19pm
Macau police have arrested a former right-hand man of "Broken Tooth" Wan Kuok-koi a week before the gangster's release from prison.
Chan Yuet-bo, who had been a senior detective with the Macau Judiciary Police, was arrested in a flat in Taipa yesterday afternoon.
About 10 armed officers were involved in the arrest.25 Nov 2012 - 3:35am
Sunday, Apple Daily
Property agents scuffle on busy Tsim Sha Tsui street24 Nov 2012 - 3:03am
Police staged an overnight clampdown on triad activities in Macau, questioning 1,300 people after a series of murders and attacks targeting casino customers and bosses over the past month.
At least 150 people, including one suspect wanted in connection with a murder case in Hong Kong in 2009 were taken to police stations in the six-hour operation.15 Aug 2012 - 11:01pm
Lawyers for jailed Macau gangland boss 'Broken Tooth' Wan Kuok-koi have launched a new bid for his early release, just months before the end of a nearly 14-year jail stint.
Pedro Leal, one of the lawyers representing Wan, confirmed that he had lodged papers with the Macau courts questioning a decision to keep the now 57-year-old 14K triad leader behind bars until December.11 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
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Mr Justice Louis Tong Po-sun of the Court of First Instance, in a ruling that says a dog has to bark for more than 30 minutes continuously to qualify as causing a disturbance23 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
Whether casinos increase the incidence of crime in a community has long been a subject of interest to governments, law enforcers and academics. Jobs are created and tax revenues boosted, usually dramatically, so weighing up the downsides against the benefits is important.22 Apr 2011 - 12:00am