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Murder of 2 Taiwan workers stirs concern

THE mainland's Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council said yesterday that it was "highly concerned" about a case in which a mainland worker murdered two factory employees from Taiwan.

On Monday, Liu Hanhuang, 26, a worker at the Zhan Ming Hardware Producing Factory in Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, quarreled with three Taiwan managers over compensation for a work accident. He then killed two and severely injured one.

Wang Yi, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office, and Chen Yunlin, president of the mainland-based Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait, expressed concern and urged the two organizations to see to the investigation "actively" and deal with the aftermath "properly."

Liu stabbed the factory's general manager Lin Yu-teng, vice general manager Shaw Cheng-chi and production manager Lai Chen-jui with a knife. Shaw was killed on the spot. Lin died in hospital.



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