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Former TVB reporter:Press in Hong Kong still has freedom

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Hong Kong – 3 March –The self-censorship of media has been criticized by the public since 1997. Ivan Yau, the former reporter of TVB, said at a university assembly that no significant change in the freedom of press has been found. (good!)


With the authoritarian governance of mainland China, (self censorship of news-switch word order) is (being-omit) criticized (by whom?) after the handover of sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997. However, Ivan Yau said there is no scientific evidence to prove that the freedom of press has declined throughout the decades.


“Self-censorship has been a criticism since 1997 but media today can still strongly criticize and reveal scandals of the government and the trend of reporting these pieces of news is rising,” said Yau.


Yau added that although a slight change in (article) reporting mode of the media firms might occur if they work closely with (the-only used with Mainland, but once China follows, no need for the) Mainland China, it doesn’t seriously suffocate the freedom of press in Hong Kong.


“The media is still monitoring the society. It? you [reporters] think you are reporting the truth to the public, you don’t have to care so much,” Yau believed.

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Correction

Hong Kong – 3 March –The self-censorship of media has been criticized by the public since 1997. Ivan Yau, the former reporter of TVB, said at a university assembly that no significant change in the freedom of press has been found.


With the authoritarian governance of Mainland China, news self-censorship is criticized by the public after the handover of sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997. However, Ivan Yau said there is no scientific evidence to prove that the freedom of press has declined throughout the decades.


“Self-censorship has been a criticism since 1997 but media today can still strongly criticize and reveal scandals of the government and the trend of reporting these pieces of news is rising,” said Yau.


Yau added that although a slight change in the reporting mode of the media firms might occur if they work closely with Mainland China, it doesn’t seriously suffocate the freedom of press in Hong Kong.


“The media is still monitoring the society. It? you [reporters] think you are reporting the truth to the public, you don’t have to care so much,” Yau believed.

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