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Freedom exits in Mainland,says Lau Nai Keung

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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In contrast with the public opinion, Lau Nai Keung, the Executive Director & Chief Organizer of Greater China Youth Online states that there is speech freedom in Mainland, only it is bounded by constraints.

“Freedom exits in Mainland,” said Lau. He commented freedom in Mainland is not that bad as viewed by public, like people enjoy academic freedom and can freely express their ideas in any academic conference. “True, constraints appear in speech freedom, but it’s necessary,” He said people should not adopt westernize freedom in Mainland, constraints are needed for freedom. He stated that having constraints does not mean that no freedom.

“Mainlanders know what constraints are, they know when to speak the right word,” Lau stated, “only Hong Kong people can’t accept the way they do.” He suggested Mainland can use “peace”, “people oriented”, “self actualize” as its new landmark, “People should be put in the first place,” Lau suggests for the Mainland future development.

Using Mainland new value as an example, Lau urged students to move and growth with the society, “ Every century has its own need, traditional value doesn’t work all the time, critical thinking is needed in order to move along.”

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