Wo Shing Wo
- Hong Kong police arrest 46, seize HK$25000 in liquor and HK$40000 in drugs
- A police source said that initial investigations showed the pub was controlled by the Wo Shing Wo triad, who also used it as a drug distribution centre.
- Inside Mong Kok: Hong Kong's simmering melting pot where passions can boil over
- However, the booming hawking business also attracted triads – particularly the Wo Shing Wo and 14K. Many of the stall spaces were in fact “bought” from triads when the street was made a permitted area in 1975 while many hawkers simply became triads for ...
- 'Wo Shing Wo triad leader' among 38 arrested in series of Hong Kong police raids
- An alleged Wo Shing Wo triad leader was among 41 suspects arrested in a series of police raids yesterday in a crackdown on gangs that recruit teenagers. The man, known in underworld circles as Fei Kin, or "Fat Kin", is one of four alleged Wo Shing Wo ...
- Macau casinos seek junkets with triad credibility: study
- The study authors claimed to have organised successfully interviews with 17 respondents for the study on dates between October 2012 and April 2015. The interviewees included members – some of them described as “senior” – from the Wo Shing Wo, 14K, ...
- Police nab suspected Hong Kong triad member in connection with hawker-related
- “The man is suspected to be a Wo On Lok triad member. We believe he is ... Its property manager, Law Tin-shing, said that under the management agreement, Uni-China was responsible for managing the open space outside the market.
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