From International Herald Tribune:
The South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s largest English-language daily, has abruptly announced the departure of two top editors, the latest in a series of personnel changes in the newsroom over the past year.
The separate resignations of the paper’s editor and the managing editor, disclosed in an internal memo late last week by Kuok Khoon Ean, chairman of the Post group, came shortly after that of the business editor, who had been a close associate of Mark Clifford, the Post’s editor in chief.
There was no explicit indication that the two most recent editors to leave the paper faced pressure to resign.[Full Text]