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Freedom of the press in China takes time to improve

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By April Yu

HKSYU—MAR 27The freedom of China has long been criticized, as the goverment kept interfere the media. Especially after the June 4 massacre, all media in China followed the stance of XinHua news agency, the official press agency for China.

“What Xinhua said, everybody else followed.” said David Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuter China. Schlesinger worked in Beijing from 1991 to 1994, a sensitive period for the freedom of press in China, since the government monitored all media to prevent any riots provoked by the news.

Nevertheless, today’s freedom of speech in China is improving gradually, “Severe restrictions are still here, but it’s a process” expressed the Chairman of Reuter China. Some media have tried hard to cover sensitive stories and fight for the freedom of the press, such as the Nanfang Daily, a popular newspaper in Guangzhou Province, whose editors have been put in jail for covering sensitive stories.

After all, improvement takes time. David Schlesinger hopes that more time and patience could be given to the improvement of freedom of the press in China.



By April Yu

HKSYU—MAR 27The freedom of China has long been criticized, as the interference (in the media by the government-switch order govt first) is a known fact. Especially after the June 4 massacre, all media in (c)hina followed the stance of XinHua news agency, the official press agency for China.

“What(ever) Xinhua said, everybody else follow(past tense).” said David Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuter China. Schlesinger worked in Beijing from 1991 to 1994, a sensitive period for the freedom of press in China, since the government monitored all media to prevent any riots provoked by the news.

Nevertheless, today’s freedom of speech in China is improving gradually, “Severe restrictions are still here, but it’s a process” expressed the Chairman of Reuter China. Some media have tried hard to cover sensitive stories and fight for the freedom of the press, such as the Nanfang Daily, a popular newspaper in Guangzhou Province, whose editors have been put in jail for covering sensitive stories.

After all, improvement takes time. David Schlesinger hopes that more time and (patient-use noun instead of adj) could be given to the improvement of freedom of the press in China.

Nice story, smooth flow, simply need to edit a few errors. Perhaps more could be said about the '91-94 tensions.
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