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Flawed television station policies harmful to local production, script-writer says

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By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 01 April 2014


The government’s rejection of HKTV’s free-to-air TV license bid has disappointed audiences asking for new options and quality programmes, but senior script-writer Sharon Hui said an approval of the application would not make a difference.


Speaking in Shue Yan University this afternoon, Hui pointed out that flawed policies of TV stations and a shortage of talented screenwriters have led Hong Kong to fall behind China on programme quality.


“There’s a rumor about a TV drama producer asking his colleagues to write a screenplay based on a Korean drama series,” said Hui.


Hui also expressed a pessimistic outlook on Hong Kong media crew that flock to China to pursue their career as more mainlanders now opt for realistic TV drama that exhibit native culture, for example, Dwelling Narrowness.


Beijing has developed rapidly after 2008 Summer Olympics, for example, producing 600 to 700 drama series per year, according to Hui. She saw a bright future for mainland’s media industry.


“Conflicts between Hong Kong and mainland are escalating and people often have a bad impression on China, but it’s better not to rule out the possibility of working in mainland,” said Hui.


Graduated from Shue Yan University in 1989, Hui has worked as a script writer and completed dozens of screenplay in 24 years. One of her best-known work is The Lovers which was directed and produced by Tsui Hark in 1994. Hui moved to mainland in 2003 and returned to Hong Kong half a year ago.
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