March 2004 Frontier legislator Emily Lau Wai-hing's office receives a phone call claiming Ms Lau is in debt and threatening disturbance to her Central ward office and her home. May 2004 Popular radio host Albert Cheng King-hon of Teacup in a Storm resigns. Another popular radio host Wong Yuk-man leaves Hong Kong amid allegations of threats. Mr Cheng's replacement, Allen Lee Peng-fei, also an NPC adviser, resigns from both posts. Faeces smeared on a wall, and a bag of faeces found hanging by the door of lawmaker Leung Yiu-chung's Kwai Fong Estate office. Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood chairman Frederick Fung Kin-kee seeks help from police after receiving a threatening letter. Callers to a talk show allege mainland officials were offering money to influence voting, some saying they were pressured to vote for the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong. Another caller said his relatives on the mainland had been warned they would suffer if he did not vote the right way. June 2004 Veteran legislator Szeto Wah expressed fears after receiving threats of violence at June 4 vigil. Posters set on fire and 'traitor' scrawled on Ms Lau's Tai Po office. Posters set on fire and 'traitors must die' scrawled on district councillor Ray Au's office.