Hong Kong protests: convicted Asian Games representative launches campaign to raise HK$500,000 for ailing parents

//Hong Kong protests: convicted Asian Games representative launches campaign to raise HK$500,000 for ailing parents

Hong Kong protests: convicted Asian Games representative launches campaign to raise HK$500,000 for ailing parents

Former Hong Kong beach volleyball player Yeung Pok-man, who was jailed for nine weeks on Tuesday for assaulting a police officer during the social unrest last year, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise HK$500,000 for his ailing parents.The 29-year-old, who will not serve his sentence immediately after being released pending an appeal, made the financial request on social media. He was a physical education teacher in a primary school before the incident but was fired in July after he…

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