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From restrictions to speech freedom: Chinese government

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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News in Central government are subjected to official filtering. The more closer to the Central government, the more restrictions on the media coverage. David Schlesinger, Chairman of Thomson Reuters China said they are on their progress to speech freedom.

By Tiffany Tong 095181


HONG KONG, Mar 27 – There are many restrictions to reporting in China, especially reports on human rights issues, are blocked or banned by the officials. As the technology advances, the latest networks such as Weibo provided alternative, and more freedom of expression platform for mainlanders. He believes this is the progress of the media freedom in China.


He pointed out reporting in China must be careful to ensure the fact-based news, but also remains neutral. Reporters should not exist any prejudice. He admitted it is not an easy job. “There are no news stories more important than life.” He said, “ Reporters should also pay attention to their own safety when interviewing in China.”


Tapping the media to gather information is more common in western countries, and he thinks it is a disgrace to journalism. It is never acceptable to disregard the public interest in order to stimulate sales.

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