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I am satisfied by Henry Tang's reply, Esme Lau

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Being honest about everything is not good for the public.

The scandal involving ex-Chief Secretary for Administration, Henry Tang, has been a hot issue in the previous days. He issued a statement said(vt) he regretted the mistakes he made. His response failed to please the public and created a huge (x) of public opinions. However, Esme Lau, public affairs manager of Power Assets Holdings Company Limited said she was satisfied with his answers.


Esme Lau attended the General Assembly of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication in Shue Yan University. She comments(vt) on the issue of Mr. Tang’s scandal. “Everyone will have a different way of handling things, and Mr. Henry Tang has explained himself. I believe people will understand him.", said Lau.


Esme Lau believes that as a politician, they do not need to be completely honest with the general public, especially about their private life. She though Mr Henry Tang had explained all the things that could be explained. The degree to which the public will be willing to accept his explanation depends their understanding (~). Therefore, she accepted his explaination (therefore implies a logical conclusion, here you are re-iterating the fact that she accepts his explanation, which you have already mentioned a number of times).

Your news angle is focused, and you have direct quotes, and examples. The only suggestion I have is to perhaps shorten your article since there is not much left to say, and you began to repeat yourself, on a number of occasion. If you run out of things to say, simply stop, and have a strong concrete article, or broaden your news angle to include more material.
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