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Former TV Anchor Ivan Yau: Hong Kong Media does not have Self-censorship

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Former TV Anchor Ivan Yau: Hong Kong Media does not have Self-censorship

Kelly Choi --095077 2011年11月1日 (二) 23:34 (UTC)

21 February, 2012

This year is the fifteenth anniversary of Hong Kong's return (to?). However, many people (criticized that-people criticize someone or something for/because of something else-edit) Hong Kong media is increasingly engaged in self-censorship. “I do not think that Hong Kong media gets involved in self-censorship. (In?) opposite, there is lots of news which revealed the bad si(t)e of the government,” said the former TV anchor Ivan Yau in a talk held by Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

In China, (article) media is regulated by the Communist Party of China. All negative news about Chinese government is banned to report. However, in Hong Kong, (art) media has the editorial freedom. “As the connection with Mainland China getting closer than before, Hong Kong journalists may be affected easily. However, self-censorship is not serious in Hong Kong,” said Yau.

However, Yau did not encourage journalists to voice out their opinion via social networking site. “When using social networking site, users (always do not-change to five letter word with same meaning) speak thoughtfully. Yet, those words may influence many people,” said Yau.

Therefore, Yau suggested journalists that they should find a company which allows them to tell the truth. It is the best way to (missing word) against self-censorship.

Title Suggestion: with censorship one often uses "is" or simply censored, but censorship cannot be "had".


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Former TV Anchor Ivan Yau: Hong Kong Media is not censored

This year is the fifteenth anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China. However, many people criticized that Hong Kong media for increasingly engaging in self-censorship. “I do not think that Hong Kong media gets involved in self-censorship. In the opposite, there is lots of news which revealed the bad site of the government,” said the former TV anchor Ivan Yau in a talk held by Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

In China, the media is regulated by the Communist Party of China. All negative news about Chinese government is banned to report. However, in Hong Kong, the media has the editorial freedom. “As the connection with Mainland China getting closer than before, Hong Kong journalists may be affected easily. However, self-censorship is not serious in Hong Kong,” said Yau.

However, Yau did not encourage journalists to voice out their opinion via social networking site. “When using social networking site, people speak thoughtfully. Yet, those words may influence many people,” said Yau.

Therefore, Yau suggested journalists that they should find a company which allows them to tell the truth. It is the best way to be against self-censorship.
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