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Tang is good to be honest

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Tang is good to be honest

By Wong Hiu Wa

Oct 18, 2011


Esme Lau, Public Affairs Manager (Media & Community) Power Assets Holdings Ltd., responded to public concerns that Henry Tang Ying-Yen has explained for his marital infidelity accountability.

Henry Tang, the former Chief Secretary of Administration, attempted to put an end to the gossip by admitting that he had been unfaithful. “I have strayed in my love life and I feel deeply remorseful and guilty,” said Tang.

Lau didn’t evaluate the performance of Tang’s PR directly; however, she pointed out that Tang has already responded to the public concerns about his rumors honorably. For the further explanations, it depends on Tang’s personal characteristics and his dare.

“Tang has no will to talk about the rumor anymore. It is good for him to be honest. But he has many factors to consider before being frank. In fact, I think he is smart to do this. A competent response is sufficient for the public,” said Lau.

Although Tang’s response gave rise to discussions in Hong Kong, Lau does not think it is related to the mistakes handling by public relations.

“Public relations act as the strategist of public figures. They only do consultancy work for clients. However, their advices may not be adoptable. The decision making remains in the hands of clients.” emphasized Lau.

Leung Tin Wai, the Department Head of Journalism and Mass Communication Department of Hong Kong Shue Yan University, also responded to Esem for her former opinion.

“Edmund Ho Hau Wah, the former Chief Executive of Macau, and Bill Clinton, former U.S. President, also have a history of rumors on martial affair. But both of them had appropriate responses, and no one asked them anymore. In this event, Tang has handled badly, completely lack of political wisdom,” said Leung.

“Tang is not qualified to be the Chief Executive of Hong Kong,” emphasized Leung.
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