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Beyond election: The political difference between Hong Kong and Taiwan

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Tony Mak 27 November 2018


Hong Kong Shue Yan University assigned 40 student reporters to participate in Taiwanese local election 2018. They said Taiwanese reporters are more friendly than Hong Kong reporters.


Wu Tsz Ting, Chief Editor of Shuo Online said Taiwanese reporters are easy going.


Wu said she unintentionally kicked a taiwanese reporter’s camera when she was in a rush to the Taiwan Taipei District Court for reporting Ting Shou Chung, the defeated candidate of mayor election of Taipei City.


“He didn’t get mad at me,” she said. “He even suggested me a favorable space for taking photos.”


Moreover, Ng Ka Yiu, the Executive Editor said Taiwanese reporters are helpful.


Ng recalled that he went to the wrong place for reporting Tsai Ing Wen, the Former President of Democratic Progressive Party.


“When I got back to right place, some of the Taiwanese reporters empty their space and let me take some photos,” he said.


Both of them said Hong Kong reporters do not have such kindness as Taiwanese reporters do.


Apart from the personality of the Taiwanese reporters, some student reporters said Taiwanese have greater motivation to vote.


Wu Zi Yan, student reporter from Shue Yan MediaLab said a Taiwanese has been working in Chongqing, China for 20 years, but he came back to Taiwan to vote.


Also, Sit Tsz Ching, another reporter from Shue Yan MediaLab said the voter in Taiwan were willing to queue outside the polling place for a long time.


“They really treasured their right to vote,” she added. “ They said it would be wasted if they give up their right to vote.”

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