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Tang’s PR crisis was understandable

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Henry Tang was failure in handling the recent political scandals and but it was not all his fault, an experienced media creator said yesterday at a Shue Yan University forum.

“The way Henry Tang tackling his unauthorized building problem and scandals were unsophisticated, making them a series of public relations crisis. However, I think it’s understandable since politics is still not mature enough in Hong Kong. We are still in the kindergarten stage and have many rooms for improvement,” Lai Man Cheuk said at a general assembly forum.

Lai said politics was a new thing for Hong Kong people comparing with Taiwan or other countries. Looking back the Taiwan president election 20 to 30 years ago, they didn’t do well. For Tang’s political crisis, Lai would treat it as a democratic process and was an inevitable step driving to a better election system in Hong Kong.

To solve crisis in a better way, Lai suggested a “Thick Dark theory”. This theory is a basic rule for successful politician and a political tactic. They need to have “thick” face and “dark” heart, being shameless and cold. However, when applying these tactics, politicians must pretend humble and kind so the public would not think they are crafty. [Great explenation!]

“In this circumstance, CY Leung did a better job than Henry Tang. When we are handling crisis, it’s nearly impossible for us to escape unscathed. We can only try our best to minimize the lost. Sadly Tang failed to do this, and thus losing more and more,” said Lai.

Besides being “thick and dark”, Lai said being humorous can train multi-directional thinking and it helped dealing with problems. Lai said: “My strength is telling joke. My first job was a joke writer. Although keep telling jokes was a torture to me, but after tormenting for 7 years, I found I have clearer mind and better ideas. It’s not in-born, but learned from my past training in jokes writing.”

[You need a conclusion, which clearly states what Henry Tang did wrong, and why it is not entirely his fault.]

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