Workers prepare to remove the illegal structures at former Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s house at Kowloon Tong in 2013. Photo: David WongWorkers prepare to remove the illegal structures at former Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s house at Kowloon Tong in 2013. Photo: David Wong
Workers prepare to remove the illegal structures at former Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s house at Kowloon Tong in 2013. Photo: David Wong

Otto Poon’s fine for illegal structure less than half the biggest one handed out by Hong Kong courts

  • The HK$20,000 fine slapped on the husband of justice minister Teresa Cheng was much lower than the HK$50,000 paid by the wife of former Chief Secretary Henry Tang
  • Poon’s swimming pool installed without planning permission was a great deal different to Tang’s complex basement development

Topic |   Teresa Cheng
Workers prepare to remove the illegal structures at former Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s house at Kowloon Tong in 2013. Photo: David WongWorkers prepare to remove the illegal structures at former Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s house at Kowloon Tong in 2013. Photo: David Wong
Workers prepare to remove the illegal structures at former Chief Secretary Henry Tang’s house at Kowloon Tong in 2013. Photo: David Wong
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