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August 2, 1989 | JONATHAN WEBER, Times Staff Writer
A consortium that includes the American telephone company US West has scored an upset victory over Hutchison Cablevision in the competition to build Hong Kong's cable television system, expected to be the world's largest. Hutchison, whose bid was led by Craig Ehrlich, formerly an executive with Los Angeles-based Falcon Cable TV, had been recommended by Arthur D. Little, the government's independent consultant, and the Hong Kong Broadcast Commission.
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August 2, 1989 | JONATHAN WEBER, Times Staff Writer
A consortium that includes the American telephone company US West has scored an upset victory over Hutchison Cablevision in the competition to build Hong Kong's cable television system, expected to be the world's largest. Hutchison, whose bid was led by Craig Ehrlich, formerly an executive with Los Angeles-based Falcon Cable TV, had been recommended by Arthur D. Little, the government's independent consultant, and the Hong Kong Broadcast Commission.
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July 31, 1989 | JONATHAN WEBER, Times Staff Writer
Ask Craig E. Ehrlich how he ended up as managing director of what could become the largest media company in Hong Kong and he'll tell you about the experimental Asian studies program that he was in at Hamilton High School in West Los Angeles. "From the time I was a teen-ager, I've been influenced by Asian culture and been around Asians," says the 34-year-old Ehrlich. "My best friends were Asian, my favorite teacher in high school, Mr. Kiriyama, was Asian. At UCLA, there were lots of Asians.
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July 31, 1989 | JONATHAN WEBER, Times Staff Writer
Ask Craig E. Ehrlich how he ended up as managing director of what could become the largest media company in Hong Kong and he'll tell you about the experimental Asian studies program that he was in at Hamilton High School in West Los Angeles. "From the time I was a teen-ager, I've been influenced by Asian culture and been around Asians," says the 34-year-old Ehrlich. "My best friends were Asian, my favorite teacher in high school, Mr. Kiriyama, was Asian. At UCLA, there were lots of Asians.
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