Ho Pui-yee, mother of student Chan Yin-lam, whose body was found in the sea near Yau Tong, appears at West Kowloon Court in Hong Kong for the 11-day inquest which started on August 24 into the death of her daughter. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Ho Pui-yee, mother of student Chan Yin-lam, whose body was found in the sea near Yau Tong, appears at West Kowloon Court in Hong Kong for the 11-day inquest which started on August 24 into the death of her daughter. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Ho Pui-yee, mother of student Chan Yin-lam, whose body was found in the sea near Yau Tong, appears at West Kowloon Court in Hong Kong for the 11-day inquest which started on August 24 into the death of her daughter. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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Questions still remain after inquest verdict in Hong Kong

  • The death of a Hong Kong teenager found at sea during the height of last year’s social unrest remains a mystery in a city seeking answers today

Ho Pui-yee, mother of student Chan Yin-lam, whose body was found in the sea near Yau Tong, appears at West Kowloon Court in Hong Kong for the 11-day inquest which started on August 24 into the death of her daughter. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Ho Pui-yee, mother of student Chan Yin-lam, whose body was found in the sea near Yau Tong, appears at West Kowloon Court in Hong Kong for the 11-day inquest which started on August 24 into the death of her daughter. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Ho Pui-yee, mother of student Chan Yin-lam, whose body was found in the sea near Yau Tong, appears at West Kowloon Court in Hong Kong for the 11-day inquest which started on August 24 into the death of her daughter. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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