Tuesday, April 28, 2015   

Indonesian helper Erwiana due in HK
(04-04 10:39)

An Indonesian domestic helper allegedly abused by her former Chinese employer will return to Hong Kong next week for a medical examination as requested by the police.
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih's case only came to light after she returned to Indonesia having suffered serious injuries in January.
Her employer, Law Wan-tung, was later charged with wounding with intent, common assault and criminal intimidation.
Kwun Tong court will hear the case at the end of the month.—RTHK
   
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