Monday, 6 February 2012

All Change on the Buses


Or is it? Not so long after Sir Sze Yuen Chung, nonagenarian chairman of Transport International, the company which operates the Kowloon Motor Bus Company (1933) Limited – better known to you and me as KMB (or "KGB", if spellcheck had its way) – announced he'd be standing down this year, ex Managing Director of the same company, John Chan, has been redesignated an Independent Non-executive Director. (Since his retirement a few years back, Chan has been on the Board as a Non-executive Director.)

So, does this all mean that the ex-Jockey Club chairman and government stalwart is set to take over the job of steering the board through these troubled times? At 68, he may be considered a bit of a spring chicken compared with the 94-year-old he’s replacing, but desperate times (KMB announced a loss in the first half of 2011) call for desperate measures.

All will no doubt be revealed at the AGM in the spring.     

8 comments:

HKP said...

Now it all makes sense. Savor those vintage buses with the retro color schemes while it lasts.

Foamier said...

What has Susan Li done to her hair? Looks like some sort of perm. She seems to be turning into an old lady.

Anonymous said...

Dreadfull hair but still best legs on TV

Anonymous said...

Wonder if susan's drapes match the carpet

Foamier said...

The drapes part at the side, so I suspect not.

Anonymous said...

If they did she'd trip over herself

Anonymous said...

Shaven haven?

Anonymous said...

A fabulous looking woman with a great smile Now in mid 30's but holding up well so far