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Accuracy Urged Under Restrictions in China

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HONG KONG, Mar 27- We face a lot of restrictions in China, but we do not avoid reporting sensitive issues, said David Schlesinger, the Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, this afternoon. (good)


Reporter/ Belle Wong


There are many restrictions in China which hinder journalists from reporting openly and freely. The limited media coverage of the June Fourth Massacre is a good example to (tell-show) the lack of freedom of reporting in China. “We are really blocked and restricted in reporting, but I can see that China has improved a lot,” said Schlesinger at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


For Schlesinger, reporting should always be based on facts. “We do not avoid sensitive issues, although the Central government may be obsessed (by-wrong preposition, edit) them,” he said. “Sometimes, you may be told that (art or plural) bad feeling has been generated because of your reporting, but you still need to report the truth,” he added.


A good journalist should always try his best to find out real people’s stories. “You don’t need a degree to be a journalist. You can simply learn by doing,” Schlesinger deems that accuracy in reporting is the key to success.


--095023 2012年3月27日 (二) 20:45 (UTC)



(Edited)

HONG KONG, Mar 27- We face a lot of restrictions in China, but we do not avoid reporting sensitive issues, said David Schlesinger, the Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, this afternoon.

Reporter/ Belle Wong


There are many restrictions in China which hinder journalists from reporting openly and freely. The limited media coverage of the June Fourth Massacre is a good example to show the lack of freedom of reporting in China. “We are really blocked and restricted in reporting, but I can see that China has improved a lot,” said Schlesinger at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


For Schlesinger, reporting should always be based on facts. “We do not avoid sensitive issues, although the Central government may be obsessed with them,” he said. “Sometimes, you may be told that bad feelings have been generated because of your reporting, but you still need to report the truth,” he added.


A good journalist should always try his best to find out real people’s stories. “You don’t need a degree to be a journalist. You can simply learn by doing,” Schlesinger deems that accuracy in reporting is the key to success.

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