Man faces execution for 'murdering parents over his studies abroad'

Chinese international student, 22, faces death penalty after being suspected of ‘murdering his parents who stopped him from returning to the UK amid coronavirus pandemic’

  • Huang had fled to Cambodia when police found his parents dead last month
  • He is suspected of killing them after an argument about his studies in the UK
  • The Chinese man was arrested by Cambodian police at his hideout on August 17
  • He has been deported to China where he could face execution if found guilty 

A Chinese man studying in the UK is facing execution after he was suspected of killing his parents who tried to stop him returning to Britain from China during the coronavirus pandmic.

Huang Mouyang, 22, had fled to Cambodia in August when his parents were found dead by police. He was later arrested at his hideout in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

The suspect has been deported from Cambodia to China, where he could face the death penalty if he is found guilty. 

Huang, who had been studying in the UK before returning to China temporarily during the coronavirus pandemic, is suspected of having murdered his lawyer father and professor mother in a row about him continuing his studies abroad

A Chinese man studying in the UK is facing execution after he was suspected of killing his parents who tried to stop him returning to Britain from China during the coronavirus pandmic


Huang Mouyang, 22, fled to Cambodia in August after his parents were found murdered. He was arrested at his hideout in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on August 17

Huang, who had been studying in the UK before returning to China temporarily during the coronavirus pandemic, is suspected of having murdered his lawyer father and professor mother in a row about him continuing his studies abroad.

He is believed to have wanted to return to studying abroad, but his parents disagreed, leading to him killing them in a fit of rage, reported Cambodia News English. 

The couple were found dead in the dormitory of a school in the city of Nanning in southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on August 10. 

The bodies appeared to have been there for some days, local police said.

Chinese authorities identified the couple’s son as a suspect and found that he had fled to Cambodia.

They began working with their Cambodian counterparts to locate him.

Huang is believed to have wanted to return to studying abroad, but his parents disagreed, leading to him killing them in a fit of rage, reported Cambodia News English

The suspect, a 22-year-old Chinese international student, was deported on the China Southern Airlines flight CZ8314 from Phnom Penh to Guangzhou in China on September 29

Huang Mouyang, 22, fled to Cambodia in August after his parents were found murdered. He was arrested at his hideout in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on August 17

Huang was then arrested in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on August 17.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chinese man had been studying in the UK. Due to the pandemic, he returned to China temporarily.

The suspect was deported on the China Southern Airlines flight CZ8314 from Phnom Penh to Guangzhou in China on September 29.

He could face the death penalty if convicted.

The investigation continues.

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