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Pro-Democracy Singer's Cancelled Concert Forces Retirement Of L'Oreal Hong Kong Head

June 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
L'Oreal Hong Kong president and director general Stephen Mosely will retire at the end of June 2016. Mosely's departure is likely linked to the controversy caused by cosmetics brand Lancome's decision to cancel a planned concert featuring pro-democracy singer Denise Ho Wan-see. Chinese state-backed newspaper Global Times linked the singer with Hong Kong and Tibetan independence movements. L'Oreal Luxe Travel Retail Asia managing director Eva Yu will replace Mosely.
Kris Cheng, "L’Oréal Hong Kong chief may retire soon amid Denise Ho concert row", Hong Kong Free Press, June 13, 2016, © Hong Kong Free Press Limited
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