The court heard that Wan sent Jeremy threatening voicemails in Mandarin one morning at 4am, before the fight in Chinatown.
One message, translated into English, said:"Do you know who you have offended?
"I don't f***ing care who you have offended and I don't want to tell you."I just want to tell you, I just want to say I want to beat you, f*** you." Mr Hu's mother, Liping Yuan, told the court in a victim impact statement earlier this month that her life had become "torture" since her son's death.
Ms Yuan told the court she and her husband had been selling their hotels, restaurants and assets in China in preparation to migrate to Australia when their son was killed.
Shengliang Wan was found guilty of the manslaughter of Jeremy Hu, 19, for stomping on his head five times during a fight in Latrobe Place in Chinatown in April, 2016.
The court heard Mr Ji had been friends with the girl and became upset when she began dating Mr Hu.
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Held this Sunday, February 11, it'll feature four different speed dating sessions: one straight, one gay, one lesbian and one session for GSD, or gender and sexuality diverse Melburnians.
His mother described him in court as an "outstanding person with a heart of gold".
Justice Kaye said Mr Hu clearly had a promising future ahead of him.
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