Turbulence on HK-Bangkok flight injures 32 people, 2 seriously Thirty-two people were injured when a China Airlines flight from Hong Kong to Bangkok hit turbulence. A Hong Kong passenger was among the injured. Most of those hurt aboard flight CI641 suffered minor cuts and bruises, but two mainland men suffered serious spinal injuries, said a spokesman at Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital in Bangkok, where 20 people were being treated. At least seven other mainlanders were among the injured, along with four Thais, an American and an Israeli. There were no Taiwanese on board. The flight was carrying 147 passengers and 18 crew members. A spokeswoman for Airports of Thailand said the 10-year-old Boeing 747 encountered turbulence at an altitude of 12,200 metres about 20 minutes before landing safely at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport. Film by HK director Tsui Hark pulled from Pusan festival Hong Kong director Tsui Hark's new comedy has been pulled from the Pusan International Film Festival because it has not been cleared by mainland censors. Tsui's movie, All About Women, is a Hong Kong-mainland co-production. Mainland films must be cleared for screening at foreign film festivals. Violators can face heavy penalties. The censors had not complained about the content of All About Women, a comedy about three career women in Beijing, but complaints could be delayed because of the week-long National Day holiday, Tsui's wife and producer Nansun Shi said. The producers acted cautiously because the film, in Putonghua, will rely heavily on the mainland box office. The film was supposed to have its world premiere at the festival in South Korea. Organisers said Tsui would still attend the festival.