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105168 Journalists should judge words

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(What you meant was journalists should "read between the lines" which was the usual expression. The issue of maintaining stability should be put in a new paragraph because it's got nothing to do with how to read official speeches.)

Journalists should judge words

20th November, 2012

by Raymond Hui (Hui Kun Lam)

James Ma Chim-Wai, Executive Producer of RTHK Programme “LegCo Review”, said that journalists should be careful and critical to words, in the general assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

Ma said that journalists have to face a lot of official speeches in reporting China news, although some journalists may find boring, Ma said that the official wordings are important. Ma said there are more and more Chinese officials and scholars commenting on SAR’s local issue in recent years, which may relate to deletion of “act according to Basic Law” in the latest of CCP about Hong Kong. Ma quoted that China has a higher stabilization cost than foreign defense, in contrast with emphasizing stability in official documents, Ma said that it may infer that China is “even more unstable with stabilization”.

Ma also talked about the criteria of good journalists, like having wide range of knowledge with a deep investigation, these can make works better. Ma said that good journalist is “king without crown”, the pen of a good journalist is powerful, however journalist should consider public interest for good of society, rather than writing for interest of oneself or any company.


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