Struggling Hong Kong school that failed to pay staff or rent will not close, co-founder says, as he blames management firm for financial ills

//Struggling Hong Kong school that failed to pay staff or rent will not close, co-founder says, as he blames management firm for financial ills

Struggling Hong Kong school that failed to pay staff or rent will not close, co-founder says, as he blames management firm for financial ills

The co-founder of a troubled British private school in Hong Kong, which has struggled to pay staff or rent this year, has blamed “messy” management and a loss of more than 30 per cent of pupils during the coronavirus pandemic for its financial problems.Edward Wong Pak-yin admitted Mount Kelly School, in Tsim Sha Tsui, had failed to break even for the past year, and had been running behind on its expenses “by millions of Hong Kong dollars” for months.But he denied the school, which offers a…

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