Thursday, November 27, 2014   

Ming Pao decries chopper attack on ex-editor
(02-26 19:01)

Ming Pao has condemned the brutal chopper attack on former editor Kevin Lau Chun-to today in a morning hit in Sai Wan Ho.
The paper said it “expresses strong anger that a citizen was attacked by thugs armed with knives in broad daylight.’’ The paper added that it wished for Lau’s recovery.
Lau sustained slash wounds and is in critical condition in Eastern Hospital.
Lau was on Tai Hong Street near the Sai Wan Ho Harbour Park when he was attacked at 10.20am today.
   
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