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Bauhinia Magazine gets the inside scoop on China?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

China grows stronger and stronger. The media are all focused on its fast growing pace. Outsiders, especially overseas’ journalists are eager to unveil what (are-is) underneath this seemingly strong country. However, they always encounter lots of difficulties when reporting in China.


Liu Wei-zhong, President and Chief Editor of Bauhinia Magazine, which mainly reports on (the-omit) Chinese issues, said they dig news like every journalist does in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, 17 April, but given that they have “many good friends in Beijing”, they may dig a little deeper than the other.(quite a long sentence, with an awkwardly place time/place reference, revise at your discretion)


Never admitting if their sources are directly from the Chinese officials, Liu only stated that they had approvals from different parties in China, which allowed Bauhinia Magazine to know things ahead (of time) and (do-omit) report on it, particularly an in-depth (one-unclear, name it). Liu said it was not easy to forge close ties with the so-called Beijing’s friends, but he refused to reveal this secretive relationship.


Recently, Premiere Wen Jia-bao is regarded as the reformist in China. Liu emphasized no matter where the Chinese government stands down the road, (they-unclear reference, the magazine people or the Chinese gov't?) would remain where (it) stands now. “Our magazine will keep on promoting ‘One country, two systems’; and provide right interpretation on issues concerning the public when it’s needed,” said Liu. (Ok I see its the magazine, so you can replace they with our magazine for more straightforward writing.

Good effort, and title.


--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年4月17日 (二) 23:08 (UTC)

Corrections:

Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

China grows stronger and stronger. The media are all focused on its fast growing pace. Outsiders, especially overseas’ journalists are eager to unveil what is underneath this seemingly strong country. However, they always encounter lots of difficulties when reporting in China.


Liu Wei-zhong, President and Chief Editor of Bauhinia Magazine, which mainly reports on Chinese issues, said in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, 17 April, they dig news like every journalist does, but given that they have “many good friends in Beijing”, they may dig a little deeper than the other.


Never admitting if their sources are directly from the Chinese officials, Liu only stated that they had approvals from different parties in China, which allowed Bauhinia Magazine to know things ahead of time and report on it, particularly an in-depth analytic article. Liu said it was not easy to forge close ties with the so-called Beijing’s friends, but he refused to reveal this secretive relationship.


Recently, Premiere Wen Jia-bao is regarded as the reformist in China. Liu emphasized no matter where the Chinese government stands down the road, Bauhinia Magazine would remain where it stands now. “Our magazine will keep on promoting ‘One country, two systems’; and provide right interpretation on issues concerning the public when it’s needed,” said Liu.


--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年4月26日 (四) 00:00 (UTC)
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