Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Oct 6, 2014

Chow Tai Fook faces fallout from deputy PR head's Occupy Central comments

HONG KONG - Jewellery retailer Chow Tai Fook is dealing with calls for a boycott today after one of its employees, who has since resigned, made inflammatory comments over the weekend regarding the Occupy Central protests.

Joanna Kot 葛梅珍, deputy head of public relations for Chow Tai Fook 周大福 for the past two years and eight months, resigned after Facebook comments about people who were assaulted during the protests were traced back to her via her LinkedIn profile.

Kot deleted both accounts and also submitted her resignation yesterday, as this screengrab from the company's human resources department confirms. Chow Tai Fook 's corporate affairs team also confirmed to ...

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