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Freedom of speech in China is changing and developing

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Tuesday, March 29, 2012

Cecilia Ng Yuen Ling

Freedom of speech in China is changing and developing


June 4 massacre, classified sensitive wording in China (unclear sentence). People cannot search and post (near-similar) wordings on internet. Recently, we can search (preposition missing) it. David Schlesinger said that China's freedom of expression compared to the past, (verb missing) a lot of progress.


David Schlesinger said that 1991 to 1994 in Beijing was a sensitive time. After the June 4 massacre, China government (strict-adverb ending) controlled of all media. (art) Media must obey the instructions of the Government and made according to the Xinhua News Agency news release report(ed-use noun).


20 years later, “Severe restrictions are still here, but it’s a process” Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, David Schlesinger said. For example, there are 20 million Internet users free to express their voice on Weibo. Although Chinese Government still controls part of speech content, it has been a large freedom. This is incredible different (in compar(e) to) with before.


David Schlesinger also said that the freedom of press in mainland China is undergoing a reform process. This process is not flat, sometime it may reversal(use verb form) but it must continue to move forward, continue to reform, and slowly change to adapt China's national conditions.


Some people worried that Leung Chun-Ying elected the new Chief Executive China government may try to control Hong Kong and it would reduce Hong Kong's media freedom. David Schlesinger said that journalists do not predict the future, "This is a very dangerous thing." Reporters need only reported (seen in the fact?) and follow-up the development about the reported situation.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2012

Cecilia Ng Yuen Ling

Freedom of speech in China is changing and developing

June 4 massacre, classified sensitive wording in China, China government doesn’t want public tough this word. People cannot use this word on internet. Recently, we can search for it. David Schlesinger said that China's freedom of expression compared to the past, it has a lot of progress. David Schlesinger said that 1991 to 1994 in Beijing was a sensitive time. After the June 4 massacre, all media control by China government. China media must obey the instructions of the Government and made according to the Xinhua News Agency news release reported.

20 years later, “Severe restrictions are still here, but it’s a process” Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, David Schlesinger said. For example, there are 20 million Internet users free to express their voice on Weibo. Although Chinese Government still controls part of speech content, it has been a large freedom. This is incredible different in compare to before.

David Schlesinger also said that the freedom of press in mainland China is undergoing a reform process. This process is not flat, sometime it may reverse but it must continue to move forward, continue to reform, and slowly change to adapt China's national conditions.

Some people worried that Leung Chun-Ying elected the new Chief Executive China government may try to control Hong Kong and it would reduce Hong Kong's media freedom. David Schlesinger said that journalists do not predict the future, "This is a very dangerous thing." Reporters need only reported but not predict.
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