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Former TV Anchor: Control Your Emotion

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Being a reporter is not easy at all, apart from the reporting skills, reporter has to be considerate, independent and calm. Ivan Yau, former anchor from TVB, NOW TV and Cable TV, shared his experience with students in a talk held by Shue Yan University. “Being a reporter means a lot to me, when I look back, I know that being a good reporter (has?) the social influence.”





The fire broke out in Garley Building on November 1996, caus(ed-progressive ending) 41 deaths and 81 injuries. Yau was sent to report the news that day. He recalled “It (is? use past tense, or I will always remember) an unforgettable day for me, as a human being, it is hard to control my emotion().” There were many dead bodies hanging on the windows, the people cried for help. He felt sad (in-use time preposition) this unbearable scene.


However, as a reporter he had to control his compassion and sadness in order to make professional judgments. “I must make up my mind and report the latest news. Yet, it was very hard to control my mind while there were dead bodies and injured (noun) in front of me.”


Yau thinks that a professional reporter ought to have a sensitive feeling. What they report is (doing?) benefits to our society.


“Non-stop learning, insist (preposition used with insist missing) your thought, citizens will be affected by what you say. That is the meaning of being a reporter.” Yau added.

--095132 2012年3月6日 (二) 21:48 (UTC)
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