Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung had more than 21,000 subscribers to his Telegram channel, which called for violence against Hong Kong police and others. Photo: Shutterstock
Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung had more than 21,000 subscribers to his Telegram channel, which called for violence against Hong Kong police and others. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong protests: Telegram group administrator pleads guilty to 9 incitement charges tied to violent 2019 clashes

  • Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung provided subscribers to his messaging app channel with bomb-making instructions, urged them to attack police officers
  • The 33-year-old, whose followers bought HK$1.64 million worth of products he advertised, also called for violence against those from the city’s ‘blue ribbon’ camp

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung had more than 21,000 subscribers to his Telegram channel, which called for violence against Hong Kong police and others. Photo: Shutterstock
Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung had more than 21,000 subscribers to his Telegram channel, which called for violence against Hong Kong police and others. Photo: Shutterstock
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