Radio host Albert Cheng King-hon says the attempt on his life will deter tourists and international investors. Speaking at length for the first time about last week's assault, Cheng claimed it was a warning to others and threatened the SAR's 'civilised' reputation. Cheng told RTHK: 'It's obvious that from now on, because of all the publicity over my attack, any commentators or programme producers who receive a phone call saying 'look at Albert Cheng, you don't want to be like Albert Cheng, you might not be so lucky' what will they think in the first instance? 'I am against violence and Hong Kong cannot be a place for violence. Hong Kong is supposed to be civilised. 'My attack is not just an attack on me personally, it is an attack on Hong Kong.' He said blanket coverage of the incident would hurt Hong Kong's image. 'When the pictures went out on CNN and other media worldwide, it scared a lot of people from coming to Hong Kong as tourists or as investors. They think Hong Kong has no law and no safety.' Asked if he knew who was behind the attack, he said: 'It is related to my job, I can assure you of that . . . people joke about how I offend about 3,000 people a year, so it would have to be a wild guess.'