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Son of Joseph Lau backs Robert Chung

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[By Henry Chau 16:20 18/03/2014]

A delegate of a research center spoke this Tuesday and shunned criticism against a veteran pollster.

The veteran University of Hong Kong pollster Dr Robert Chung Ting-yiu was discredited at the National People's Congress in Beijing last week.

Lau Ming-wai, Vice Chairman of Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, which also provide data analysis for policy makers, validated the academic value of Chung’s research programme.

“Their poll findings have value, as they were conducted by experts,” added Lau, “the University of Hong Kong programme has to be respected, as one of the research programmes in highest standard in the city.”

Peter Lee Ka-kit, son of property tycoon Lee Shau-kee, criticised Chung for releasing polls at "critical moments" with findings unfavourable to the Leung Chun-ying administration during a session in Beijing.

Lee even proposed setting up a new agency that could conduct polls to counter Chung's work.

Lau Ming-wai, also the son of convicted property tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung, disagreed with Lee’s proposal.

“Even the Bauhinia Centre is not good enough to counter their research, they have too many experts there, we just do not have the enough human resource,” said Lau.

Joseph Lau resigned from the post of chairman of Chinese Estates this Monday after being convicted in Macau last week of bribing officials and money laundering, passing the post to Lau Ming-wai.

Lau Ming-wai refused to give comments regarding Chinese Estates and his father.
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