A former community worker at Hong Kong’s largest pro-establishment party has been jailed for one year for slashing a reporter and a passer-by, after shouting support for the city’s police at a demonstration four months ago.Kwun Tong Court sentenced Kwong Sing-yu behind bars over the attack in Kwun Tong on the night of June 12, where the 27-year-old property agent went for the two men with a paring knife that he had just bought.Lawyers for Kwong, a member of the Democratic Alliance for the…



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