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China Reports Were Plentiful, but Censored

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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                              By Isabel Chan

In the weeks leading up to Li Wangyang’s death, media round the globe received intelligence that Li’s death was more ambiguous then the official Hunan provincial authorities reported. China News Agency as one of the main resources of news for foreign press, be that as it may, only released stories based on Hunan’s authorities and missed out on the side the speculated the official claim.


Deputy Chief Editor of Hong Kong China News Agency, Candy Lo apologized for the improper coverage of this story, when she was questioned in Shue Yan University this Tuesday.


“I felt sorry for not being able to include every side of a story,” Lo then blamed the censorship in Chinese media. “We used to have the freedom to write whatever we want, even sensitive topics.”


Lo was in a sharing session with University students this Tuesday. She revealed that her way to serve her country is to cover news in an objectively neutral way, before a student questioned her on Li Wangyang’s report.


Lo also gave us a glimpse of lack of freedom for press in PRC. “There is no way that China News Agency can be as influential as foreign press agencies like Reuters. PRC does not provide the freedom for press to do their job.” Lo complained.


Hong Kong China News Agency provides their readers with news from China, Hong Kong and Macau, with 60 to 80 articles and 20 photo stories per day. Agency also covers major event like Olympics. The main readers are newspaper editors and people working for a variety of media, newspapers would work on follow up story once they find resource from agency news-worthy.
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