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A Loosened News Restriction in Democratic and Advanced China

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Timmy K. H. SHE

HONG KONG, OCT 30- News agencies will be less restricted by the government when China sees democratic progress and advancement, said Candy Lo, deputy chief editor of Hong Kong China News Agency (CNA), during a talk at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.

As the only Chinese-funded news agency of Hong Kong, CNA is supposed to follow the instructions of the party.

“But in fact, we reported the June 4th Assembly for 10 years,” said Lo, “China will certainly progress towards democracy and advancement. With the increasing transparency, we will have less restrictions on politically sensitive issues.” Premier Wen Jiabao even used the word “democracy” during many public speech or interviews in recent years that indicates change.

Although Lo repeated the mission of CNA throughout the talk: “a fair and objective reporting”, but she frankly acknowledged that the CNA is a leftist institution as well. She did not deny that there was a bias in the news reports.

“We have been tried very hard to fight for a fair reporting,” said Lo. “Our reports showed different views with the Chinese official media and local media.”

Lo was promoted to deputy chief editor, a post normally reserved for person with more than three years' experience. She was surprised at that moment because there was no precedent for a local reporter to become a top editor at CNA.

“After I came to Hong Kong, I studied in Fukien Secondary School and then in Pui Kiu Middle School,” said Lo, “I am not major in journalism but Chinese in Shue Yan Collage. I always encourage the new local reporters with my experience.”
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