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China’s Room for Reporting is improving, says Chairman, Thomson Reuters

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“Compared to (no-can say the lack of, or nonexistent) freedom of information during 1989 Tiananmen protest, the situation in China are getting better, and the process of improvement won’t end,” said David Schlesinger.

By Tracy Law

Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, working in journalism field for more than 25 years, said “though there are many restrictions (to-when) reporting in China, lots of local newspapers are making daring stories. Yet, China is still a difficult place to do journalism.”


He said reporters from Thomson Reuters would not avoid reporting any sensitive issues in China, yet (they (were?) suffered-subject -verb confusing-edit) from consequence somehow. “We don’t prefer any kinds of self-censorship, but the government told us sometimes that what we were reporting brought harms to Chinese people. And the Thomsonreuters.cn website was banned from access(ing-omit) recently,” said Schlesinger.


Regarding the number of Weibo users hit(progressive) 300 million, Schlesinger said it is a fortune."It provides a platform for society to have conversation and exchange of views. People are talking about many topics on Weibo, including those that (were-omit) used to (be) regarded as sensitive issues, ” he said.


--095093 2012年3月27日 (二) 20:20 (UTC)
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