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  1. cab chat

    Posted Jun 04th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... with Dikky Sinn Leung Kin-pui, 58, says talk-show host Allen Lee Peng-fei may have had a different reason for quitting than Albert Cheng King-hon and Wong Yuk-man Journey from Mei Foo ... no protection at all. Albert Cheng King-hon and Wong Yuk-man were good at opposing and criticising people because that's their job. But that's not the case for Mr Lee. He was not in a position ...

  2. Talk show host Wong Yuk-man returns from exile

    Posted Oct 09th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Staff Reporter Former radio talk show host Wong Yuk-man has returned to Hong Kong after a self-imposed three-month exile in Canada. Mr Wong, a critic of the government and Beijing, quit ... similar political pressure and quit. Mr Cheng, who is now a legislator, yesterday said Mr Wong phoned him on arriving back in the city on Thursday. 'He called me right after he came back. ...

  3. Trust in freedom of the press plummets

    Posted May 19th 2004, 12:00am by Gary Cheung

    ... About 23 per cent gave their satisfaction rate as 'half-half', while 3 per cent said they did not know. Last Thursday, radio talk-show host Raymond Wong Yuk-man announced an abrupt halt to his decade-long broadcasting career. Without specifying the reasons, Wong, who was assaulted in Tsim Sha Tsui in March, said he needed to take a break. The resignation of Wong, noted ...

  4. Second talk-show host pulls the plug

    Posted May 14th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Hong Kong loses its second popular radio talk-show host in a fortnight as veteran commentator Wong Yuk-man announces an abrupt halt to his decade-long broadcasting career. And RTHK radio host Ng Chi-sum, who has been under heavy fire from the pro-Beijing camp, is moved from his morning phone-in show. Full report- A2 ...

  5. Academics defend free speech

    Posted May 27th 2004, 12:00am by Gary Cheung

    ... Gary Cheung More than 400 academics are demanding vigilance today against what they see as the erosion of freedom of speech in Hong Kong. In an advert published in the Chinese-language Apple Daily, the academics express shock at the recent departure of radio hosts Albert Cheng King-hon, Wong Yuk-man and Allen Lee Peng-fei. 'Their presence in popular phone-in programmes ...

  6. Stop the rumour-mongering

    Posted May 18th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to take it seriously. It resulted from two popular talk-show hosts, Albert Cheng King-hon and Wong Yuk-man, suddenly deciding to quit their phone-in programmes and join their families abroad. Both had been harassed by thugs, and Wong had been attacked. Both said they were under tremendous pressure. Cheng cited death threats as his reason to go, and also said that some of his friends had ...

  7. Tung stoops to help Legco

    Posted May 16th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... popular radio host goes off the air', May 14). Both Albert Cheng King-hon and Wong Yuk-man, who openly criticise the Hong Kong and central governments, left their broadcasting careers ... . Invisible political pressure has forced them to safeguard their lives at the expense of their freedom of speech. WAN YUEN-TUNG, Tsuen Wan Show me proof Both Albert Cheng King-hon and Wong Yuk-man ...

  8. I was offered cash to go off the air, says talk-show host

    Posted Oct 10th 2004, 12:00am by Raymond Ma

    ... Raymond Ma Former radio talk-show host Raymond Wong Yuk-man spoke out against his critics yesterday after returning from three months' self-imposed exile. Responding to rumours that he had left Hong Kong in May for financial reasons, Mr Wong said he had been offered money to go off the air- money which he refused to take. 'I swear that more than two middlemen ...

  9. Radio hosts get excuse to play God

    Posted Mar 27th 2004, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... Alex Lo Two of Hong Kong's most in-your-face radio hosts will slug it out next month. For once, Wong Yuk-man and Albert Cheng King-hon won't be talking about politics ... by insulting guests as they discussed the most controversial issues of the day. Needless to say, the show got pulled pretty quickly, but not before it made them household names. Chan and Wong have ...

  10. Pressure on media raises fears of loss of freedom

    Posted May 16th 2004, 12:00am by Chris Yeung

    ... Disturbing events in the media circle in the past month show curbs on freedoms are seemingly near and real. On Thursday, a vocal Beijing and government critic, Wong Yuk-man, joined another prominent ... and pluralistic thought. Much has been said about the symbolic significance of the voices of Albert Cheng, Wong Yuk-man and Ng Chi-sum in public debate. Many people may not like them, but they do speak ...




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