Queens University of Brighton & European University of Ireland - connections

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  1. George Brown

    George Brown New Member

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    It appears that one Dr Ken Tsui, resident of Hong Kong, is the mastermind behind The Queens University of Brighton and the European University of Ireland. This site at http://www.kentsui.com/index.html explains it all, along with embedded links to Degreeinfo. Very very revealing.

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    George
     
  2. John Bear

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    I am confused, George.

    If this is Ken Tsui's site, why would it have links to two very negative articles from the South China Morning Post.

    And if it isn't his site, why does it have such detailed and enthusiastic information about the university?
     
  3. George Brown

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    I was confused too, John, when I first read it.

    Once you did deeper, you will find a page where the author posts threatening e-mails sent from Dr Tsui, offering to pay a personal visit and threatening to shut the site down.

    This is a site created by somebody who is disgruntled by Dr Tsui's activities. No personal information of the author is provided on, just an email address for more information.

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    George
     
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    I don't think this is Ken Tsui's site. In the bottom last two chinese characters, it reads "Missing Person". This guy disappeared.
     

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