The appointment of Leung Ka-wing once raised hopes his leadership at Hong Kong’s public broadcaster would bring professionalism instead of bureaucracy when he started more than five years ago.But the government and the pro-establishment bloc had grown increasingly impatient with his handling of some productions. These negative sentiments that only worsened after anti-government protests broke out in 2019.Leung, the director of broadcasting, will step down by “mutual consent” in days, five…


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