A 24-year-old former civil engineer charged with stabbing a policeman at the July 1 protest in Hong Kong was sacked five months ago for taking part in a strike, a court heard on Friday.Wong Kwan-wa appeared at Eastern Court to face one count of wounding with intent, after he was arrested just before midnight on Wednesday at Hong Kong International Airport attempting to leave the city.Prosecutors did not lay any additional charges related to the new national security law against Wong, a former employee of China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong), who worked as a part-time chef at a Taiwanese noodle shop before his arrest.Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in China." data-reactid="14">Get the latest insights and analysis from our Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in China.Police investigations were ongoing, including the collection of security footage in the area of Causeway Bay where the attack took place, and in Tsz Ching Estate in Wong Tai Sin, where Wong lived.Chief justice spells out stance on how national security cases should be handledWong was not required to enter a plea, but was remanded in custody by Magistrate Ho Chun-yiu after prosecutors objected to his temporary release. He will appear in the same court again on August 24. He can renew his bail application at the High Court.A queue of more than 100 people who hoped to hear the proceedings snaked outside the court on Friday afternoon after police announced Wong,
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