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Photo | 2011-09-27

Greenpeace have discovered that three local, well-known engineers, Dr. Raymond Ho, Prof C.F. Lee and Ir. Edmund Leung, have overly close relationships with the Hong Kong nuclear industry. On September 27, 2011 we charged into the campus of Hong Kong University and demanded the truth from Professor Lee. Ironically a spokesperson accepted our giant novelty cheque which represents the funds Lee accepts as the independent non-executive director of a company - a company that is a contractor to the nuclear power industry. We demand Lee makes clear what his relationship is to the nuclear power industry.

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