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Tang lost his first election battle?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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October 18, 2011 ROSANNA TANG

As the chief executive election eve approaches, has the former Administrative Secretary Henry lost the first battle due to his handling of his scandal? Esme Lau, the experienced public affairs manager, remains neutral on Tang’s PR skills; meanwhile, Professor Leung Tin Wai, Department Head of Journalism and Communications, insisted that Tang has lost already.


“In the eye of a normal citizen, I think Tang has already responded to the public's doubts,” Esme Lau said. This will only raise up another question as to whether the public would accept (Tang‘s shadowed lifestyle in running to be their next chief executive with or not - what does this mean???).


Esme Lau pointed out the Tang’s affair would weaken the level of acceptance from the public. As an experienced PR professional, she still thinks that Tang has already answered what he could answer.


“It would never have an end to curiosity and questions. To what extent do we expect he has to tell us?” Esme will not consider that Tang has lost a fight in handling the press conference regarding his love affairs.


The Department head of Journalism and Communication in Shue Yan University, Professor Leung Tin Wai, holds the opposite stance. “Henry Tong is definitely not qualified to be the next chief executive,” Leung said. [Pick Tong or Tang and stick to one spelling throughout the entire article.]


Leung pointed out that in comparison with how Bill Clinton dealt with his scandal; Henry Tang certainly has been a loser. He lost in the way he responded. Many claimed Tang’s speech was ambiguous.


However, Esme showed sympathy to Tang. “We should also take Tang’s bravery into account. One’s personality greatly influences his level of bravery,” Esme said. Esme thought that for a person like Tang, he has put forth his every effort to deal with this scandal.


By referring to her working experience of being a PR professional, Esme strongly believes that a speaker should sincerely hold true to their way of talking. She agrees that Tang used his most sincere way as his usual way to admit to the affair.


Has Tang lost his first battle in the rounds of the chief executive election? This question could be solved the day we are told who our next chief executive will be.
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