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China on its journey of freedom

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The freedom of speech and that of the press of China are improving, said David Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuters China.

Schlesinger was the chief of Reuter’s Beijing Bureau in 1991, two years after the Tiananmen Square protests. He said that at that time there was no freedom of information at all and all newspapers had to follow what Xinhua said, but he said there has been an amazing difference now.

[BITE] “There are so many newspapers now..."

Although there are still severe restrictions now, Schlesinger refers this as a process and thinks freedom in China will be developing in a way that fits China’s circumstances.

[BITE] “Fundamentally China is on a journey….”

Schlesinger said that meanwhile, journalists in China should always understand the limits and learn how to protect themselves and their sources by only reporting on stories they are sure of. Dorothy Cheng form Hong Kong Shue Yan University reports.

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