A Hong Kong man serving a 40-year sentence in the Philippines for drug possession has lost his final appeal against his conviction in a case that drew the involvement of the financial hub’s leader on his behalf.Tang Lung-wai, 49, has been behind bars in the Philippines for 20 years. He entered the country as a tourist in June 2000 to meet a friend but was arrested the next month for a drug offence.Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor wrote to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte…



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