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China advised to take in criticism

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With the freedom of press being frequently criticized and questioned in China, James Pomfret, South China Correspondent in Reuters, emphasizes the need of mainland government to open up while advising the media industry in Hong Kong to treasure its freedom of press. (((great)))


“Thanks to its freedom of press, Hong Kong is a great place for journalists to write juicy stories on what we have experienced in China,” said James in a talk given at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday.


Under the strict censorship imposed on the press in China, James believes that many good journalists in China have been put to wastage regardless of their talents and good stories that happen around.


“Due to the harsh policy in China, many journalists need to give up on their excellent ideas and be really careful on selecting sources,” pointed out James.


Unlike China, journalists in Hong Kong face a whole lot different situation under the protection of law as the media industry enjoys a great degree of freedom and flexibility. “Journalists in Hong Kong not only have easy access to information, but are also restrained from very few restrictions on reporting, which is amazing and the industry should really cherish the freedom that has been given in Hong Kong,” said James.


To maintain its position among the world, James stresses the importance of China to be more open and transparent. “If China wants to be in line with other top countries, the government needs to be receptive to criticism and learn to make improvements accordingly,” advised James. ((((solid angle and well-structured piece....all the support is there and well-written....great work)))
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