Monday, March 30, 2015   

Temple, magazine settle row
(03-04 11:28)

A Tuen Mun temple has settled a row with Next Magazine regarding a report on cinerary urn space for ancestors.
Ching Chung Koon temple agreed to take HK$300,000 from the Next Magazine via the court. The magazine has to pay the legal fees, too.
The temple in 2009 sued the magazine controlled by Jimmy Lai Chee-ying over a report claiming that the temple made huge profits by speculating cinerary urn.
   
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