A 30-YEAR-OLD man who was found guilty in the District Court yesterday of stabbing a fellow clansman with scissors was given a suspended sentence. Ng Chak-hung, a meat worker, pleaded not guilty to wounding Chan Loi-fat, 38, with intent. Ng was sentenced to six months' jail, suspended for two years. He had no previous convictions. Judge Chua said it was not in dispute that Ng and Chan sneaked into the territory in 1974. ''The defendant learned the barbecue trade and made a living at that while Chan was in and out of prison,'' she said. Although Ng's counsel, Tom Cheng, submitted that his client, who had a psychiatric history, might not have intended causing Chan grievous bodily harm, Judge Chua contended otherwise. This was despite the fact that Judge Chua found Chan to be an unpleasant character and a bully. During the two-day trial, Chan said he accepted Ng's invitation to live at a house in the Tai Wor Ping temporary housing area in Kowloon after he was released from jail in 1990. It was the Crown's case that Ng stabbed Chan with the scissors at his Tai Wor Ping house on June 12 after a row over money. He also stabbed Chan in the leg with a fruit knife. The court heard Chan was first sent to jail in 1979 for burglary and taking a vehicle without permission. In 1981, he was convicted of blackmail and theft and was sentenced to three years and three months' jail. Four years later, Chan was jailed for 61/2 years after he was convicted of blackmail, false imprisonment and wounding with intent.