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I was force to leave, said Albert Cheng

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(A better title would be "Politics Force Me To Leave", said Albert Cheng. You got several facts wrong in your report. You said Cheng was the GBS holder, but what in fact was GBS? You said Jimmy Lai sold his Next Media Taiwan operation for 5 billion dollars but that was apparently not true. What Cheng said was that the real estate investment Lai made in Taiwan was worth about 5 billion dollars and this figure got nothing to do with his media deal. Another fact you got wrong was that D100 had not been re-open yesterday as you said, it was never off the air since it began broadcasting online. It was DBC that had suspended its service for 2 months due to the management's internal dispute. To get the facts straight is imperative to writing a news report.)

I was force to leave, said Albert Cheng By Kelvin Choi 29 Jan 2013

Despite being said to be leaving DBC (Digital Broadcasting Corporation) because of a poor management, which resulted a great loss in his account, Albert Cheng Jing-han, founder of the company, revealed that he was forced to quit under political pressure.

The GBS holder insists that his enemies badmouthed him. “You cannot expect a decent income after you set up a (broadcasting) company after only an year, “said Cheng. “ Jimmy Lai also sold Next TV in Taiwan. What he got was 5 billion dollars, and it is not true that the sold property was causing a loss. We are, somehow, under a similar condition.”

Albert Cheng, known as “Tai-pan” in Hong Kong, is well known because of the morning phone-in programmed “Teacup in a Storm”. For D100, the new digital broadcasting channel, has been re-opened yesterday, people found that the style of the programme became milder than it was before. Cheng denied the saying of any kind of self-censorship.

“Nothing is going to change, “ said the boss of D100.

The society is also interested in the “Lew and Leung” story, which the Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying was accused of being “unfaithful to his words” by his former ally Lew Mon-hung. The member of the nation's top political advisory body, the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference stated that he is willing to be tested by a lie detector, and will jump down from the skyscraper IFC second phrase if he fails the test.

Cheng said the machine will not work on both of the characters in the story. “Lew thinks what he said was the truth, “ said Cheng, “and the machine will give response only when Leung tells the truth.”

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