Exhibitors arrested in piracy crackdown Five exhibitors at two trade fairs this month were arrested for displaying pirated products. The arrests are part of a customs crackdown that draws on information from a database of copyrighted products set up before exhibitions open. Four cases were identified during the Hong Kong Electronic Fair between October 13 and 16. Four people were arrested and three convicted. Each of the three was sentenced to two months' jail, suspended for 24 months, and fined between HK$2,500 and HK$5,000. One person was arrested in a raid during the Toys and Gifts Show on Friday. Pirated products seized in the two cases included two-way radio sets, flash drives and toys. Johnnie To's latest film too violent for Malaysia Hong Kong director Johnnie To Kei-fung's new film, Exiled, has been banned in Malaysia because it contains excessive violence. The film was scheduled for release in cinemas in Malaysia Thursday but failed to get the nod from the censorship board, according to The Star newspaper in Kuala Lumpur. Worker breaks leg in building site fall A 49-year-old construction worker broke his leg after falling five storeys when the platform he was working on failed, according to police. The accident happened at a building site at Nga Cheung Road - near the Kowloon MTR station - at about 1.30pm. The man was in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a critical condition last night. Pop song wins vote for favourite Chinese tune The Mandarin pop song Heirs of the Dragon was voted favourite Chinese song by 3,000 Hong Kong students in a poll organised by the Hong Kong Boys' and Girls Clubs' Association and the Polytechnic University. The song scored 726 votes. The national anthem, The March of the Volunteers, came second with 573 votes.