Prominent Hong Kong and mainland businessman Hui Chiming has been charged over an alleged assault of a Tai Long Wan resident.
Hui, 56, a former delegate to the Chinese People’s Political and Consultative Conference (CPPCC), faces one count of ordinary assault and another of criminal damage over an alleged incident on March 29.
Another man, Chan Mingleung, 56, has been charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding Alexander Robert Medd near Tai Long Wan Lot 43, Oriental Daily reported.
The two appeared in West Kowloon Court on Friday. Bail was set HK$1,000 each and the accused were ordered not to harass witnesses.
The case was adjourned for hearing on September 25.
Hui is chairman of the HKEX-listed Hong Kong Finance Investment Holding Group. He is placed 828th on the Hurun 2020 China rich list with net worth of US$710 million.
In the past two years Hui has acquired a number of properties in the remote Lantau village and is building a private compound surrounded by a 3m high wall.
Photo: Entrance gate at Hui Chi-ming residence, Tai Long Wan