Christy Leung
Christy Leung
Hong Kong
Senior reporter, Hong Kong
Christy Leung is a senior reporter and has written about crime and security-related stories for the Post's Hong Kong desk since 2015. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Media Communication and German Studies, Christy began her journalism career in 2010 by working for Deutsche Welle TV in Berlin before joining Asia Television as a news anchor and reporter. Her work has been recognised in the WAN-IFRA Asia Media Awards 2016 and the Newspaper Society’s 2020 Hong Kong News Award.

Force insider says police top brass ‘furious’ over gang skirmish in Central, with investigation pointing to dispute between Sun Yee On and Wo Shing Wo triad groups.

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Director of Fire Services Andy Yeung says about 1,800 firefighters are now qualified to drive ambulances, to help free up paramedics to concentrate on other work.

Police Commissioner Raymond Siu says anyone unsure of potential legal risks of watching documentary, Revolution of Our Times, should refrain from viewing it.

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Dubbed ‘Saber-toothed tigers’ and manufactured in mainland China, new vehicles will replace existing three armoured trucks that have been in service since 2009

Computer technician and his parents arrested in their flat, where one of the bedrooms was converted into mini laboratory; around 30kg (70lbs) of chemicals for making explosives found.

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Other defendants are singer Denise Ho, former academic Hui Po-keung, alleged fund secretary Sze Ching-wee and ex-opposition lawmakers Margaret Ng and Cyd Ho.

Save the Children Hong Kong poll also reveals teenagers received unwanted requests for sexual photos or intimate details of themselves in past 12 months.

Police also arrest former opposition lawmaker Margaret Ng, singer Denise Ho and former academic Hui Po-keung, all trustees of the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund, which helped protesters in financial need.