ONE of the three Hong Kong people detained in Shenzhen after a confrontation with Public Security Bureau (PSB) officers was given an early release yesterday because of his 'good attitude' during his 10-day detention. Ng Chong-xiang, 38, was arrested with two other Hong Kong people and five mainlanders on December 3 by PSB officers in a compensation dispute involving dozens of villagers at Heng Longgang village in the Nan Shan district. The eight were formally detained the next day with Ng Chong-xiang and another Hong Kong man Ng Sai-wing, 41, facing a maximum 15-day detention. Head of Nan Shan district PSB, Deng Chenglin, said: 'Ng Chong-xiang can be released earlier because his attitude is good.' Mr Deng declined to say when Ng Sai-wing could be released. The third Hong Kong detainee is Ng Sai-wing's sister, Ng Oi-yung, 30. She may be prosecuted for attacking PSB officers during the confrontation provoked after some villagers tried to block construction work at their village. The three Hong Kong people are indigenous residents of Heng Longgang village. The villagers are unhappy about compensation flats.