Friday, March 30, 2007

Hong Kong: Li threatened to `rape' institute, inquiry told

It made a false start in early March because one of the judges, after deliberation, decided to recuse himself (backdoor link to scmp).

But yesterday (29 March 2007) the unwieldily titled The Commission of Inquiry on Allegations relating to The Hong Kong Institute of Education finally got down to business.

President professor Paul Morris versus Education chief Arthur Li Kwok-cheung.

On the first day of the Inquiry, the report is of personality clashes, power plays and power trips, sundry threats, and a taped phone call. In other words, an education in higher education.

The story has got, as they say, legs: HK Standard

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