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Golden rules for reporting in China

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Golden rules for reporting in China

Cheung Kai Wing, Kevin 095096 27/03/2012


As China had shown her effectiveness on global issues, people are more interested in the news happened in China. David Schlesinger, the Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, said that the freedom of press still has room for improvement in China.

“You have to be very careful when handling China news because you won’t know when your articles would irritate the Chinese government,” David Schlesinger said.

((Keep concerning the news in China for more than 20 years)); it is still difficult for Schlesinger to report news in China. He stated several rules that reporters need to be careful when reporting in China: “First, you have to be absolutely sure about your reporting. Accuracy is very important in this kind of reporting because every mistake can possibly cause you in jail.”

The second rule is that reporters need to be fair and unbiased. He explained that the Chinese government may care a lot if the news is unfair and biased. The third rule is important, not only for reporting in China but everywhere, you need to protect your source. “Sources are one of the most important elements in China reporting because information is difficult to obtain officially,” Schlesinger said.

He further encouraged the young reporters that need to stay true without fairness. “Don’t avoid reporting sensitive issues. As long as you are very true to tell the fact, you should not be afraid of the consequences.”--095096 2012年3月27日 (二) 23:37 (UTC)

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