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Exaggerated Stories Bring Controversy

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HONG KONG, Mar 20— There has been a huge controversy over the Chief Executive election recently. “The media should not exaggerate the shortcomings of those candidates,” Peter Lai, the former Secretary for Security, said today.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


The Chief Executive election will be held on March 25 (th, year). It has become a hot topic among the public since many scandals about those candidates have been reported.


For Lai, the media have put the focus on the (wrong thing-avoid vague statements such as this one, go straight to the point) and should have self-criticism. “They should pay attention to the content instead of the wordings used by those candidates,” he said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon.


The competition among newspapers is large. In order to raise profits, the media often take every possible measure to create gimmicks. “The media should not always garble a statement. They want to sell more copies so they exaggerate the shortcomings of those candidates,” Lai said that it was improper.

This story could use an example of an exaggerated story in order to support angle.

--095023 2012年3月20日 (二) 21:52 (UTC)



(EDITED)

HONG KONG, Mar 20— There has been a huge controversy over the Chief Executive election recently. “The media should not exaggerate the shortcomings of those candidates,” Peter Lai, the former Secretary for Security, said today.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


The Chief Executive election will be held on March 25, 2012. It has become a hot topic among the public since many scandals about those candidates have been reported.


For Lai, the media should not put the focus on the scandals of the candidates and should have self-criticism. “They should pay attention to the content instead of the wordings used by those candidates,” he said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon.


The competition among newspapers is large. In order to raise profits, the media often take every possible measure to create gimmicks. “The media should not always garble a statement. They want to sell more copies so they exaggerate the shortcomings of those candidates,” Lai said that it was improper.

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