亞視密碼當年今日亞包亞視印象再相逢百人全包宴小李
MY WAY
PROUD OF YOU BIG BROTHER
MEMORIES
LOVE AND CARE
TRY TO REMEMBER
LOVE AND CARE

各位主內兄弟姊妹、 仁兄、仁姐:

您們好!
小弟絕對明白大家對我的關懷與愛護, 希望借此一角向大家表達我衷心的謝意!

因為我正在接受治療,每天需要不少時間休息,也為免不慎因太多外界接觸而感染細菌,故暫不得不遵照醫生囑咐不要有太多外界接觸。希望所有我的好友體諒。

願主守護我的所有好友!
包雲龍
 
(English Translation)
Dear brothers and sisters:
In the name of the Lord, I greet you and wish you well.
I'm well aware of and grateful for your expressions of love and concern. Please allow me to explain to you my present situation.  As I'm under intense treatment that requires a substantial amount of rest time each day, and I also need to avoid being infected unnecessarily, I'm reluctantly heeding my doctors' advice not to receive too many visitors.  I hope and trust that you all would understand. May the Lord bless and keep you all,
Yours in Christ,
Ah Pao
 
包大人,從 Jimmy 轉來阿 Sir 的消息,知道你在半昏迷中,仍能辨認好友的聲音,深深希望大家的留言,能給你多一點平安。

我在自己的部落格,寫了一點跟你工作時候,自己一直銘記的舊事:
1988年,當了三年的電台記者後,開始感到自己停滯不前。經朋友介紹,找到了當時在亞洲電視新聞部當總監的包雲龍先生,表明想找個專題記者的工作。包大人 (當時亞視的同事都這樣稱呼他) 約了我某天下班後去面試。還記得那天晚上,包大人靠在椅背上,旁邊的桌子上有一個外賣飯盒 ( 後來才知道,飯盒是包大人的午飯,可是每天都是一樣擱在桌子上直到晚上…… )。

這次面試,包先生其實沒問過我「沒有電視經驗是否能勝任」的問題,倒是問我為甚麼要做專題記者,為甚麼不想做一般新聞記者,而且還問了兩、三次……

第一次在亞視工作,三個月還不到,就被派到北京去採訪八九學運民運。

六月三日當天,包大人早上從香港飛到北京探望大夥兒。不知道他是搭通了天地,還是好運,當天晚上京城局勢急轉直下。可能都是跑新聞出身,也可能是大家都錯估了現實情況,包大人領著我們幾個記者和攝影師,簡單部署一下後,就往天安門廣場跑……

六月三、四日兩個晚上,採訪隊沒法回到飯店,於是找了個地方藏身,才知道包先生是帶病到北京……

六四後幾個月,第一次自己帶隊到法國採訪。第一次到的陌生國度;第一次要自己趕衛星傳送新聞片;第一次拉香港記者的法國計程車司機;我也創造了第一次--第一次誤了衛星傳送時間,結果是公司白費了錢,我連一個畫面都沒傳回香港。當晚回到酒店,心想「包公夜審」,一定會給包大人痛罵一大頓,可是包先生連埋怨也沒有,只是問清楚原委後,輕描淡寫說了一句:「下次小心」就結束了他在凌晨三、四點的「夜審」。

1994年底,包大人,施南生小姐等,為于品海先生,建立中天新聞頻道。我也被看中,給張圭陽先生挖了去做國際新聞編輯。這段時間,與包先生相處得最多。

幾乎每晚都和包先生一起下班,因為半夜十二點多,要在柴灣找輛車並不容易,於是總拉著包先生衣服,要他當司機,送我到銅鑼灣轉車回家。幾乎每個晚上的這程順風車,都變成了工作會議,有的時候是討論當天新聞做的怎樣,有的時候是管理團隊的事,也有時會討論公司的發展,更多時候是包先生一邊駕車,聽著他喜歡的古典樂曲,一邊聽我煞風景的埋怨和囉嗦。這短短十多分鐘的車程,讓我每天對包大人的為人和處事之道,積累多一分的認識。

1996年,雖然帶著一點不快,離開中天新聞頻道,但是,這一年多的工作經驗,雖然苦,卻是自己工作以來最快樂的日子,除了有一群願意和自己工作的年輕同事,最重要的,是一個信任自己和支持自己的老闆。

我跟阿燦(李燦榮)不同,我不會說不要做高層,因為我有一個好榜樣--包大人,是你。
Posted by: Leung Chau Yin | November 07, 2006 at 11:55

Dear Pao Sir,

When I write you this message, the scenes of the good old days when we were rushng in and out of the Newsrooms at RTV, CTN and ATV are back in my mind...

I want to express my deepest gratitude to you for allowing me onboard CTN. You were to begin to lead us sailing the uncharted waters, and shape the first news channel in Greater China region. I had been fortunate enough to be under your command several times, and trying to learn from you and do what a journalist should. You would keep you composure even when things got heat up. And, your guidance has always been kind and supportive.

I remember the song that you had sung - “My Way” - when we had a farewell party for you on your departure from ATV News in early 2000. From the lyrics I guess I understand more about ‘your way’: one shall do what he has to do and always shapes himself up with pride and candor, never mind the final curtain...

When Douglas MacArthur said farewells to his fellow countrymen after fifty years of military service, he recalled an old army ballad that sang: “Old soldiers never die; they just fade away”. As in the good old days, to my commander and respectable friend, I salute you again.

God will always be with you,
Patrick Y K
Posted by: 袁若光 | November 07, 2006 at 02:07


Ah Pao,
We have very good and happy memories at work and at leisure with you and the memories cheer us from time to time.
Bor and Angela
Posted by: Bor and Angela | November 07, 2006 at 08:52


Dear Pao,

Thanks so much for sharing with us your "getting along" with our Lord!

Besides all my thanks to u for your kind support all these years, I regret I don't have much memories to share with u, except I remember u were late to the wedding dinner of me and Yeung Tsai, as everybody expected!

We'll have a lot of time getting together eternally, catch up with u later! Meanwhile, enjoy the peace and joy God has prepared for u.

Wish u and your love ones share the amazing grace of God, always...
Love,
Wai yee
Posted by: Wai Yee | November 07, 2006 at 06:39


《熄火》

時候到了
曾經燃燒的
霹靂噗咯
已見不著
熄火
嗯﹐可能吧

但鎖不住哩
那活門
仍見開合
偷渡成功
悄悄地﹐笑
他瞇著眼
Rebecca
Posted by: Mrs. Rebecca Leung/ inspired by work of Mr. Yank Wong | November 07, 2006 at 02:32


親愛的包先生

對您的思念
難以言喻...

願您心裡平安

您走過精彩的人生
您曾用心提攜無數後輩
小薇慶幸是其中一人
那份恩情
不會忘記...

還記得九九年
仍是實習生的我
有一次在沙灘做現場報道
情急下
向鏡頭說了一句"sorry"...
回到公司
向您道歉
您不但沒有怪責
還說笑安慰我:
"傻妹,下次講'對不起'嘛,
因為我們是中文台嘛"
此情境歷歷在目...

您要好好休息
小薇回來後
要吹色士風給您聽...

珍重...
小薇
Posted by: 李小薇 | November 07, 2006 at 01:29

 
包生:

輾轉得知你病重。
記得上次與你碰面,是在數年前在紅磡體育館舉行的毓民talk show。

當時大家來去怱怱,沒有詳談。
其實我已離開新聞界數年,現於法律界謀生。
不過我也時常記起在亞視的美好時光。
人們喜歡叫你做「豬油包」,
形容你做事慢舌吞。
但在98年5月的印尼暴亂中,
在眾多電子傳媒中,只有亞視夠膽色派記者落地採訪...
那四個唔識死的人還自稱光豬四壯士
證明你仲是「滋悠淡定」也可「技術取勝」。
也記得當年你請我時,我曾在別處跌了一跤... 還是狠狠的一跤。
多謝你給我機會、給我鼓勵。
當年的印尼光豬四壯士已各散東西,
但大家仍很懷念你 ...

懷念你的笑聲、
懷念你與大老闆吳晶通電話時說的上海話、
懷念你高大威猛,有型有款的身段 ...
還有你那條長到落肚臍的Armani領帶。

每個人都要面對死亡的恐懼,
難得的是你的豁達,
難得的是你享受終有一刻的平靜。

包生,願你好好的享受此刻的憩靜。

也代表當年的印尼光豬五壯士向你致敬!
馬浩輝
Posted by: 馬浩輝 | November 07, 2006 at 00:50

 
Dear Pao,

I only today learned that you're seriously ill. I'm so sorry that you have to go through this hard time, but it's wonderful that you are at peace in your mind and prepared for your great reward in heaven. I will always remember your kindness to a stupid gweimui at her first media job. You were a great boss who will always be enshrined in my memory with deep affection.
God bless you!
Stacy
Posted by: Stacy Mosher | November 06, 2006 at 19:33

 
包sir,

或許你未必看到/聽到這一點心意,
但看過大家提供的那麼多昔日笑貌後,
想必和大家一樣,
微笑著想起 --
原來我們曾經很快樂;
儘管聲聲埋怨無人無錢,ATV新聞部原來盡得天時地利人和,曾經造就了一片樂土;
在你的無為而治之下,原來各顯神通的工作機會是那麼千載難逢;
昔日的勞累、埋怨、大笑大駡,原來是人生中斑斕的色彩...
我雖不是教徒,但如果果有天家,我希望上主温柔地輕輕接你回家。
Selina
Posted by: Li Yuk Lin | November 06, 2006 at 15:25

 
Dear Pao

I echo the views of former colleaques that the days in RTV and ATV were good old days and golden times in my career. I feel very grateful for your free hand and your trust in our news judgment. Though resources were limted, our spirits were always high. You should be proud that you have made the majority of those worked under you to have these wonderful memories and feelings. I pray that peace be always with you.
May Cheng
Posted by: Cheng Mi Kuen | November 06, 2006 at 15:02

 
Hi Ah Pao,

I just wanted to wish you well soon and I believe that you will get well soon.
Jack Chung from NY
Posted by: Jack Chung | November 06, 2006 at 13:11

 
Dear Pao,

If there is anyone who deserves a haven of peace and perfection, it is you. I am happy you found God and I pray that He will nurture and sustain you in your hour of need.

I will never forget the years we worked together at RTV and ATV. Remember our deliberations over whether Jermyn Lynn should stay or go and who would succeed him after Deacon Chui ran that 'Shanghai fashion show' interference? You were the natural choice for leader and it was a privilege to work alongside you, always so calm and collected, although in our harried youth, we sometimes interpreted that as tardiness thus the sobriquet 'Chu Yau Pao"!

I appreciated it very much that you took time to keep me in touch over those lunches at the Furama during my visits to HK while living in Tokyo and Beijing.

And your staunch support in subsequent years while you were letting go of the reins of the ATV Newsroom to 'that difficult man'.

You are truly an inspiration to all who have been fortunate to know you and that will live on forever.
Posted by: Diana Lin | November 06, 2006 at 11:44

 
Hello from LA

To know that you are at peace is very consoling to all your friends - and we know that you want us to be so.
I am in an office looking over the ocean in Santa Monica whilst writing this message to you. The ocean, the blue skies, the sunlight which is uniquely LA...all of these elements coming together made me take on a new perspective on so many things in life. Life, that state in which we all have to pass in order to attain a higher state.
I am truly happy for you that you have found 'god'. I have been an atheist for many years - and continue to be, and sometimes long for that state of mind when I can believe that there are things greater and beyond. That must surely be a comforting thought.
Nansun
Posted by: nansun | November 06, 2006 at 07:32

 
We have walked the jounrey, going deep into the mystery of life. There are moments when we feel so much alone and lonely, thinking that we could bear no more. But when we look around, we realize that we are linked with one another. When we take time to feel, we feel the warmth and loving care from those who love us dearly.
Pao, as you journey on, remember the smiles on our face. Though it is hard to say goodbye, we know that you are resting in our Dear God. You will always be treasued in our heart.
Posted by: May | November 06, 2006 at 06:28

 
Hi Pao ... how are you getting on?
These is a sense of serenity when reading all these messages. Yes, without knowing it, I too had very wonderful years at ATV. I was the 'half-chinese-half-English', but I never felt left out. When reading all the messages posted by Lee Chan Wing, Sam, all the memories of good old days, the Basic Law coverage in Beijing, our lovely cameramen came back. Certainly we don't just live in our memories, but it's all these experience that connect us to each other.
God always has its way to show His love. This time, you are His channel of love and peace...
The other day, I told my HK TVBI director that business is business,but it's the people who makes it work. My comments may go back to my experience at ATV and my faith that the human spirit is essential in any operation.
Stay well, you are in my prayers.
Posted by: May | November 04, 2006 at 19:57

 
得知阿pao病重,心情很是沉重,現寄上兩張溫哥華的秋天相片,願與他渡過美好的秋天,迎接明年。
林錦松字。
Posted by: 林錦松 | November 02, 2006 at 12:30

 
please tell ah Pao, all friends from oversea including
yam wing kai, bor tsai from usa and chan kwan kai from
canada, are very much concern him...
please tell ah Pao to take it easy and we all on his
side supporting him...
it seems happened like yester-month by the time when
we spent our good days at the RTV newsroom, but it was some twenty years ago...
blindy ng fong wing always miss him ...
Posted by: 伍晃榮 | November 02, 2006 at 12:18

 
Dear Pao,

我從入麗的開始已得到你不斷的教誨,無論工作及做人處事,也獲益良多,至今銘記於心。
後來你入成報,再度成為我的波士,更令我雀躍,因為能再與你共事。可能由於在成報的困境下令你身心俱疲,故此當時也不敢多談。在你離職後,同事間也經常談起你,想念你。過往與你一起在「無糧出」的日子裏,每天面對不同問題,每日度過難關,你的毅力令人佩服,你是一個肯為下屬不斷付出的無私好波士。
無論如何,我好相信你一定會克服所有困境,我期待再同你一齊並肩作戰。
God will always bless you.
Sam
Posted by: 沈曉偉 | November 01, 2006 at 03:17

 
Dear Pao Sir,
It's nice to hear from you and better still to note that you've turned to Christ for strength and peace.
"Prof" Pan I Kong has aksed me to convey his best regards to you and I'm glad that I can do it directly through your blog. I'm sure Pan will be writing to you soon although we havn't been together for lunch for some time. Our talks never end of course.
Take care and keep in touch.
God bless.
Stanley Mok
 
Hey Pao
it is so nice we can know more about you from this blog. Working with you is my happiest time in my career. With your support, I dont need to worry about financial issues, I can concentrate my drive on news covering. Also with your guidiance, tolerance and free hands to us, I can develop our independent judgement which light up my life. ATV is my golden time and worthy to work with you. I totaly agreed with Yau Hei Yiu that you are the very very good boss.Bless you
Wai Man
Posted by: Leung Wai Man | October 31, 2006 at 15:39

 
包先生

我是李燦榮,雖已留言,還想再講。

不經不覺,我已經入行超過廿年,但最快樂的歲月,是近兩年的自由生活,唯一可以比較的,是在你 "無為而治" 下的亞視新聞部。

時事追擊一班同事,都經歷過人生極之相親相愛的歲月,說到底,都是你宅心人厚的功勞。

還記得旁晚五六時找你,經常還會見到一盒未開封的午飯: 牛腩飯炒底。
而你就在斗室中踏碎步,為一個又一個同事的離職而苦思。

見過你的艱苦歲月,我立志: 永世不做層
不是說笑的。

時至今日,我心底還敬佩著你。你很清楚知道,你我之間未曾真正有過多少句說話,但那份敬意從未消減。

無線的十年黃金歲月,為我帶來的名聲,但帶不來半點人情味,你我不交談幾句,我也樂意為你這位友人祝福。

我雖不是教徒,但常到教會,也愛聽佈道會,算是聽過見過無數神蹟奇事。當中包括了死人復活。
我永遠確信,亞視新聞部都能管理,沒有更難的事可以難倒你。

還是確信,神是愛你的。親愛的阿包。吓嘩
阿燦
Posted by: LI Chan Wing | October 31, 2006 at 02:36

 
Hey Pao,

As Nansun said, I remember every day and night of CTN. It was my happiest working experience.

I came to Japan last Wednesday with my Laptop but not the right adaptor cable. The battery was out on my second day of this trip. Could you imagine that I couldn't find a replacement cable or adaptor here in Japan!

I went to a 100-yen shop today and bought a small cutter. I cut my wrong power cable and applied some little magic....

My laptop is up and running now.

I remember this lines from Jurassic Park: Life will not be contained. Life breaks free and Life finds a way.

And, Pao, you are not that kind of people will let things go easily. Keep your good spirit!
Posted by: Leung Chau Yin | October 30, 2006 at 22:25

 
The message which starts with "Hey there Pao..." is posted by Nansun but as Pao knows well my technical prowess, I am now working under the cover of Li Chan Wing - you remember, of course, I exec produced Infernal Affairs!
Posted by: Nansun | October 30, 2006 at 16:17

 
Hey there Pao, trust my sifu Jimmy has set you up good with the latest communications gadget. I'm back in town for 2 days, then off to the American Film Market in LA for a week. Just spoke to Chang Kuei-Yueh who just came back.
Remember those nightly calls to our European Bureaux - all of London and Paris. I tried to be there as much as possible in the beginning to get in our 1 min of entertainment news from Europe! How we had the audacity to think that we could do a 24-hour news channel ON THE RESOURCES WE HAD! yet still, Jimmy managed to fill his office with 4 truckloads of stuff.
The other 'theatre of the absurd' we've had the good fortune to share was the NOW channel's worldwide launch - it really puzzled the hell out of us veteran TV people until it finally dawned on us that it was the biggest BS ever created on earth.
You keep yourself together and I'll talk to you soon.
Posted by: Nansun | October 30, 2006 at 16:14

 
Dear Pao
This is Li chan wing, the one who picked by you to read main cast in 1987, when I was really really young, thanks a lot for your teaching and leadership, you changed my whole life.

After leaving TVB in 2004 for some reason not controlled by me, I am now far stronger than before, right now i am hosting radio and tv programs, at the same time providing training to lots of organizations, one of my strength is to motivate others,
not just in Hong kong, but also in mainland; my clients include Disneyland, AIA, Centaline property, Beijing Airport and Deloitte....a list that is far beyond my imagination in the past.

And I know deep from my heart that you are the one who can stand by yourself, you are strong enough to fight every battle.

Miracle comes when you share my view.

Always in support of you.
Ah chan
Posted by: LI Chan Wing | October 30, 2006 at 10:57

 

Hi, Pao... It's good to know that you are in good spirit.
It's after midnight here in Oxford, and I am turning to be a year 'wiser', hopefully.
Our Dear God always shows us His love in many, sometimes funny ways. We may not realize it, but He is keeping us in His good hands. Love ...May
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