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“Freedom of Speech is still limited in China,” said David Schlesinger

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--095025 2012年3月27日 (二) 22:49 (UTC)


By Wendy Chan

HONG KONG, Mar 27-David Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuters said the freedom of press is still limited in China, but it is apparently making progress. Yet, he said they will not avoid disclosing any sensitive issues.

“Freedom of speech is still largely limited, though restrictions are still found when compared with the last twenty years, the improvement is notable,” Schlesinger said. He pointed out that reporting should always go with the fact. He said he will not avoid sensitive issues just because the Central government has surveillance over the materials.

For the June Fourth Massacre, he said it is a good illustration to show that freedom of press was limited.” We were blocked to disclose the information and reporting,” said Schlesinger. No matter how harsh the environment is, he reinstated that “a good journalist should stick to accuracy.” He believed that people do not need a degree to be a journalist, but accuracy is the key to make your story sound.

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