Immigration officer Clinton Kwan Che-ping was found guilty of taking bribes to assist people, including alleged triad head Peter Chong Ping-kong, to enter Hong Kong with illegally obtained passports. Kwan, 51, was convicted in the District Court of two counts of conspiracy to accept advantages and seven of accepting advantages. He was acquitted on two other corruption charges. The court heard Kwan received thousands of dollars from former senior Customs officer Philip Chu Hak-lan, who was jailed last year, and in turn provided assistance to illegal entrants and gave out confidential Immigration Department information. Judge Bernard Whaley adjourned sentencing until July 21.