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Documentary Mirrors the Society

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Cheng Hon Kwan

November 6, 2012


CNEX is a non-profit foundation which is the short form of

“Chinese Next” and “See Next”. It focuses on producing

and promoting documentaries of the Chinese people.Ada Li,

Foundation Manager of CNEX Hong Kong said that the

documentaries’ content relied on the incident and the

society.


Li attended to general assembly in Hong Kong Shue Yan

Universities, finding that the documentaries’ content

of Mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan is not likely because

of the differences to the situation and environment.

She said that Taiwan is relatively in a front place to

the civil society and the documentaries are petite

bourgeoisie.


Since China is a developing country, Li claimed that its

issues seem more serious. Li used the documentary China Gate

as an example to reflect the education problem and said that

rural-urban disparity and the case of Foxconn are also good

examples.


Li said that Hong Kong is capitalism and the content of

documentaries are usually people given, such as Change Begins

with One Step, the documentary about the activists who against

National Education reflect what was happened in Hong Kong.

“After returning to China, many things happen in Hong Kong,

therefore, enhancing the sense of the engagement of civil

society,” Li said.


Although Hong Kong’s media does not aware the importance of

producing documentary, Li thought that the situation would be

improved. “Since it would be more TV channels, they needed more

contents and the outsourcing culture of documentary would be more

popular, ” Li said.

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