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EJ's Editor says, I have never experienced the pressure on freedom of press

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(To make your lead simple, you can just say "Hong Kong Economic Journal Deputy Editor Andy Ngai denies the paper's editorial department is under any political pressure despite recent concern of press freedom in Hong Kong". Ngai has been tooting his own horn when he brags the freedom he enjoys working in EJ but as a reporter, you need to give us a counter balance to his story. An example at hand: Lau Nai Keung (劉廼強), a pro-Beijing political activist recently has fired a salvo against the EJ arguing that his column has been dropped without any reason.)

EJ's Editor says, he does not experience any pressure on the freedom of speech.

Hong Kong Economic Journal Deputy Editor, Andy Ngai, says in response to the critics of EJ is now experiencing the narrowing down of the freedom of speech that he has never felt under pressure about their editorials and critics.

Recently, after Commercial Radio fired Li Wei Ling, who claimed that this was a symbol of narrowing down of freedom of speech. However, as an editor in EJ, Ngai says he never feels under pressure. He also believes that this is a matter of personnel affairs.

Ngai also thinks that EJ has freer atmosphere than those in Apple Daily, which is seen as a pan-democratic paper in Hong Kong. He explained EJ has both articles on the pro establishment camp and the pan democratic camp.

Ngai also says that he thinks the future of Mainland's freedom of speech and freedom of the press will probably be tightened after Xi JinPing coming to power. He reckons the recent setting up of the China morality Committee of news is a step to tighten freedom of press but not cleaning the corruption in news industry

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