A doctor and his wife who came to Hong Kong as tourists appeared in court yesterday after a row with staff in a Causeway Bay shop. Tsang Kan, 28, an insurance agent, was accused of maliciously wounding shop assistant Lui Tak-foi with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. Her husband, Cheung Chi-kong, 30, faces one charge of possessing an offensive weapon, a knife, with intent to use it for an unlawful purpose. The crimes were allegedly committed on Wednesday, three days after the pair arrived from the mainland. Eastern magistrate Garry Tallentire adjourned the case until August 27. Tsang and Cheung were each granted bail of $2,500. No pleas were taken.