Thanh Nien News
Date: April 17, 2016
By: BINH DUONG
The chairman of a Taiwanese shoe company based in the southern province of
Binh Duong died on Saturday, five days after a knife attack by his Chinese subordinate over a dispute at work.
The family of Chen Ming Hsiung, chairman of Kingmaker Company, was taking him to his hometown in Taiwan but he succumbed to the serious injuries on the way, local media reported on Sunday.
Hsiung, 63, was rushed to Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, near Binh Duong, in a coma on April 12 after being attacked by Li Me You, 45, the company’s warehouse manager.
A quarrel occurred after Hsiung reportedly questioned You, a Chinese national, over shoes missing from the warehouse. [FULL STORY]