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Former Anchor Believes Press Freedom Still Occurs In Hong Kong

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Former Anchor Believes Press Freedom Still (Occurs?) In Hong Kong

Reporter/ Mandy Lam --095032 2012年3月6日 (二) 22:19 (UTC)


In spite of criticism about self-censorship (among?) Hong Kong press after (article) reunion to China, Ivan Yau, the former anchor of TVB and Now News, said in Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday that Hong Kong press had changed after (article) reunion, but it was hard to say that self-censorship existed in Hong Kong.


Yau pointed out that self-censorship has been a hot issue for many years. He admitted that there were some changes among news media after (reunion-is this a meeting between old colleagues?-if not call it a meeting/conference, if so, cite the date and place if mentioned more than once in the article-by then the reader is curious about this "reunion"), but “it can’t find any scientific evidences to prove that exists on Hong Kong.”


After (def article) reunion in 1997, a lot of issues had (constantly+every moment=redundant, eliminate one) changed every moment, like different government structure (name one significant change). Also, Yau said that there was a close relationship with the mainland China; hence news media needed to consider more before doing works.


“I can’t agree more about self-censorship among Hong Kong press,” emphasized Yau.


Different (cooperates-verb not noun, so it cannot have varied standpoints) have varied standpoints, Yau said that reporters needed to control their emotion and be persistent. He believes that “only if reporters publish authentic news to audience, they don’t need to care about others.”

A few word changes needed here and there, I see you cited the date for the reunion later on, but since it is a big part of your story (mentioned thrice) the story could use one/two lines about what happened in that reunion. Keep up the good work!



Former Anchor Believes Press Freedom Still Exists In Hong Kong (EDITED)

Reporter/ Mandy Lam --095032 2012年3月10日 (六) 17:41 (UTC)

In spite of criticism about self-censorship in Hong Kong press after the reunion to China, Ivan Yau, the former anchor of TVB and Now News, said in Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday that Hong Kong press had changed after the reunion, but it was hard to say that self-censorship existed in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong was a colony of the Britain for over a century. After July 1,1997, Hong Kong has reunited with China, became the special administrative region of China.

Yau pointed out that self-censorship has been a hot issue for many years. He admitted that there were some changes among news media after the reunion with China in 1997, and but “it can’t find any scientific evidences to prove that exists on Hong Kong.”

After the reunion, a lot of issues had constantly changed, like different government structure. Also, Yau said that there was a close relationship with the mainland China; hence news media needed to consider more before doing works.

“I can’t agree more about self-censorship among Hong Kong press,” emphasized Yau.

Different news media groups have varied standpoints, Yau said that reporters needed to control their emotion and be persistent. He believes that “only if reporters publish authentic news to audience, they don’t need to care about others.”

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