惟根據公司註冊處資料顯示，成報報刊的董事為谷卓恆，公司現分別由Sing Pao Newspaper Services Limited及Sing Pao Newspaper(BVI) Limited持有，前者的地址是觀塘開源道48號威利廣場23樓，與《成報》網站所顯示的公司地址一致。
Hong Kong Supreme Court ordered Sing Pao to wind up
The disgraced “Great cheater”Gu ZhuoHeng lost another legal field, a company under his name “ Sing Pao Newspaper Co., Ltd.”was ordered to wind up by the High Court of Hong Kong.
As early as September this year, Sing Pao Newspaper Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Sing Pao Newspaper) was filed in the Court of First Instance of the High Court by its creditor Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. Asked winding up of the company. The case was first heard in the Magistrate's Court of the Hong Kong High Court on December 16. As all relevant documents were complete, the case officer Xu Shaohua directly ordered the newspaper to wind up.
No representative from the Sing Pao Newspaper appeared in the Court, and the amount of the debt was not immediately disclosed.
The address of Sing Pao Newspaper Co., Ltd., which was ordered to be liquidated, is located on the fifth floor of Chuan Yuan Building, Kwun Tong Road. According to online information, the creditor Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. was established in 1964. Its main business is to provide information and communication technology document management consulting services to various industries, including printing, faxing, and corporate printing hosting services.
In response to the inquiry, the newspaper "Sing Pao" pointed out that the relevant incident has nothing to do with "Sing Pao" and will not affect the publication of "Sing Pao Newspaper", emphasizing that the company reserves all legal rights for false information and content.
However, according to the company registry, the director of Sing Pao Newspaper is Gu Zhuoheng. The company is currently held by Sing Pao Newspaper Services Limited and Sing Pao Newspaper (BVI) Limited. The address of the former is 23, Wiley Plaza, 48 Hoi Yuan Road, Kwun Tong. The building is consistent with the company address displayed on the website of Sing Pao. On the other hand, "Sing Pao" chairman Gu Zhuoheng has been entangled in huge debts in recent years. In order to avoid debts, he fled from the mainland to Hong Kong, and then absconded to the United States. He changed his mind to pretend to be a "political prisoner" in an attempt to divert his attention. In fact, he was accused of owing 110 million RMB to the finance company with capital and interest. He was filed with the High Court for bankruptcy earlier and was ordered bankruptcy in August this year.