Hung Hing

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Young And Dangerous 3 - Plot
... after Chan Ho Nam (Ekin Cheng) is elected branch leader of Causeway Bay of the "Hung Hing" Society, "Chicken" Chiu (Jordan Chan), after joined the ] "San Luen" triad, is reinstated ... (Chan Wai Man) begins to make a name for itself, establishing bars and clubs alongside Hung Hing's areas of operations ... While the rest of Hung Hing believes the hit was orchestrated by Ho Nam, it is the deranged Crow who ordered the chairman's death, using Chiang's mistress to falsify evidence, framing Ho Nam ...
Young And Dangerous (series) - The Series - Yip Wai Man
... men, the film tells the story of how she faces the trials and tribulations of rising to become the Hung Hing's branch leader of Portland Street, and her willingness to forgo a ... prequel tells of their time during their willingness to follow Hung Hing's "Uncle Bee" ... life of Chicken before he joined the Hung Hing triad ...
Chan Ho-nam
... He is the Causeway Bay branch leader of the Hong Kong triad group, Hung Hing ... From puny Hung Hing triad boy to Chairman of the Hung Hing society, doing million-dollar business throughout the Asian continent and more ... past and because of his bravery, has triggered much conflict with enemies in and outside of Hung Hing ...
Civil Decorations Of Hong Kong - Chief Executive's Commendation For Government/Public Service
... WONG Hung-chiu, Raymond, J.P ... LAW Siu-hing Captain Andrew Raeside ROBERTSON Mrs ... CHAU Hung-on Mr ...
Young And Dangerous 2 - Plot
... to Hong Kong and helps best friend Chan Ho Nam (Ekin Cheng) to get rid of corrupt "Hung Hing" Chairman "Ugly Kwan" (Francis Ng) ... The second part of the movie deals with returning Hung Hing Chairman Chiang Tin Sang (Simon Yam) trying to ally with San Luen and promote relationships, while trying to find a ... this opportunity to lead San Luen and break Hung Hing's grip on their gambling spots in Macau, reinforcing San Luen influence in the area ...

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