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Freedom of Press in China is Improving

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--095135 Lee Lai Sze, Fian 2012年3月27日 (二) 22:49 (UTC)
HONG KONG, 27 MARCH-Many reporters are afraid of reporting in China due to many restrictions there. However, David Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, said the freedom of press in China is improving at a university today.


Reporter/ Lee Lai Sze, Fian


Better Situation of Reporting


“It is better than before, everything is improving,” Schlesinger said. Having more than 25 years working experience in journalism field, Schlesinger pointed out that the situation of reporting in China is getting better and better. As more and more local newspapers are brave enough to criticize some sensitive issues of political aspects in China, it shows that more and more journalists have enjoyed the freedom of press recently.


Everything Needs a Progress


Actually, many journalists were being caught by the Chinese government because they reported some sensitive issues to the public. However, Schlesinger mentioned that the reform of enjoying freedom of press is in progress. “Everything needs a progress. The reform of getting freedom of press in China also needs a progress,” Schlesinger added.

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