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105168 HKCNA Deputy Chief: We cover June 4 Memorial too

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(A more appropriate expression would be "the June 4th candlelight vigil". 分享 is not "in a sharing" as you put it in your article. 分享means one shares his idea or thought or experience with others. You should at least tell your readers a little background about why June 4th is so political sensitive. There might be some readers who don't know what June 4th is. A recent arts exhibition in Guangzhou showed a picture of a young man who stood in front of a line of tanks to stop the tanks from entering the Tiananmen Square. The picture epitomized the Tiananmen crackdown but some young audience did not know what the picture meant.)

HKCNA Deputy Chief: We cover June 4 Memorial too

30th October, 2012

by Raymond Hui (Hui Kun Lam)

Hong Kong China News Agency Deputy Chief Editor Candy Lo said that even they have a pro-Beijing background, they started covering annual June 4 Memorial from 5 years ago, in a sharing at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

“Although we have an official background, in fact, we started covering June 4 Memorial 5 years before,” Candy Lo explained that HKCNA as a news agency, they have to cover all kinds of story, including social movements, so it may be a special case for an official organisation to cover such a sensitive issue.

Lo personally agree that social movement in Hong Kong, but like the national education dispute, Lo said that people should read through related materials before taking point.

Lo also shared with journalism students about the differences between traditional media organisation and news agencies, Lo stated that as news agencies writes less and faster as they need to provide rapid response to other media, Lo also said that HKCNA avoids publishing commentary articles as they don’t those articles to be recognised as the voice of Beijing.



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