Thursday, August 21, 2014   

Poly U dismiss vice-president
(02-11 18:14)

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University has terminated the employment of its vice president, Professor Judy Tsui.
She had been accused of failing to declare earnings of over HK$1.8 million from her outside positions as a director and consultant of several companies.
The university set up an independent panel to look into the matter last year.
The university's president Professor Timothy Tong, said it was committed to the principle of good governance and keen to uphold the highest possible ethical standards. --RTHK   
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