We correct

In the article titled “USJ alumni demand reinstatement of sacked scholar”, published yesterday in the Times on p5, we incorrectly printed the name of Dr Benjamin Chan Sau San. His Christian name is not Eric, but Benjamin. Here’s the instance of the article, concerning Eric Sautede, where Dr Chan is mentioned with the corrected name:
Our sources, who requested to remain anonymous, claimed that Bishop Lai is among those who pressured the university into making the decision. They also hinted that the head of GAES, Sou Chio Fai, as well as members of the Catholic Foundation of Higher Education “may have exerted some pressure” on the rector too. “Let us say that if not involved they were at least supportive of the sacking.”
They singled out the bishop’s nephew, Dr Benjamin Chan Sau San 陳守信, a director at the Monetary Authority, who presides over the fiscal council of the Catholic Foundation and “has close links with Mr Lau Pun Lap, Director of the Policy Research Office.”
Our sincere apologies to Dr Benjamin Chan and the readers for the mistake. Corrections have also been made to the text on the Times website.

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