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Saturday, 5 June 2010

Chinatown brawl reveals new Triad-style crime gang

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Chinatown brawl reveals new Triad-style crime gang: "''CCB'' - City Chinese Boys - the gang used a metal crowd-control post in a revenge attack to smash the main front window of one of Sydney's hippest new bars, Mr B's Hotel, the former Mandarin Club.
The attack happened after a brawl between three doormen and up to 20 men outside Mr B's about midnight on May 29.
One of the youths sustained an injured nose after he was kicked in the head during the argument. The gang then returned to the club at 3.30am and smashed the front window.
It is understood the guards involved in the brawl have been moved to other premises to protect them from retribution.
The CCB now shares turf with the traditional Triad-based crime gangs - 14K, Big Circle and Sing Wa - in Chinatown.
It is believed CCB is made up of members from another teen gang - the 180 White Tigers - a ''rainbow'' group that includes youths with Asian, Caucasian and Pacific islander backgrounds"

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