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Boss said he'd sack me if I didn't move: Commercial Radio host Lee Wai-ling

South China Morning Post on 2013/11/19 – 287 readers.

The outspoken government critic said the ultimatum came during an exchange of text messages between her and chief executive Stephen Chan Chi-wan - who replaced her as host of On A Clear Day - after she was told of the new arrangement on Friday.


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