The TVB performer Leung Chi-cheong (whose stage name is Ning Jin) and former executive producer Wilson Chin Kwok-wai had their bail conditions lifted yesterday. This was five months after they were imposed following their arrests, along with former general manager and programme host Stephen Chan Chi-wan (pictured), in an operation investigating suspected graft. However, it is unclear whether Chan, who must report to the Independent Commission Against Corruption in the next few days, will be released from his bail conditions; Chan's former personal assistant, Edthancy Tseng Pei-kun, arrested at the time, was released on bail yesterday after reporting to the ICAC. A person familiar with the case said that the ICAC inquiry was continuing, but an ICAC spokeswoman refused to comment on individual cases. TVB made no comment about Ning and Chin's dealings with the ICAC, but confirmed yesterday that Ning was still a TVB contract artist. Chin had resigned from TVB last month, with immediate effect, TVB said. Both Ning and Chan remain under contract at TVB, but are suspended; it is not known when they will return to their posts. Chan has pulled out of appearing on a Commercial Radio show and in a stage performance in the past following pressure from TVB. The fifth person arrested as part of the inquiry, Wilson Chan Wing-suen, TVB's head of business development, is still a member of staff at TVB, but is also on suspension. The terms of his bail are unknown. In the March 11 operation, codenamed Valiant, the five were arrested by the ICAC on suspicion of obtaining advantages without the authority of TVB. They are suspected of working for an advertising and production company that arranged jobs for TVB artists, such as ribbon-cutting opening ceremonies and performances at shopping malls. No one has been charged so far in connection with the inquiry.