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David Schlesinger avoid predicting the future of China’s freedom of speech

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reporter:Wong Chung Yan

David Schlesinger, chairman of Thomson Reuters China, avoided predicting the future of freedom of speech in China when he was giving a talk in Shue Yan University yesterday.

David compared China’s freedom of speech within these 20 years. ‘China still has restriction in the freedom of speech but it has improved a lot during these years,’ David said. More local newspaper did daring stories and they were changing the journalism in China every day.

As well as traditional media, the electronic media liked Weibo also placed a great influence in the freedom of speech. People talked about different things in their Weibo. Although some topics were restricted by the Chinese government, David said it was a process of changing that had not ended yet.

David could see the changes in the freedom of speech in China, but he did not predict any future about China. He said, ‘as a journalist, you should write or say anything based on the facts. Prediction is not a journalist should do, so I am not going to predict it.’

David also suggested student should have something that made them different. He said, ‘ you need to know something about something, that is to be an expertise. You should have something special but it’s not important what the special is because that special thing makes you different from the others.’
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