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Written by Jovy Tsui


HONG KONG - China has long been criticized of the exploitation freedom of speech and control the content and manner of media. However, David Schlesinger, chairman of Thomson Reuters China, said the freedom of speech in China had moved a very big step forward compared to 20 years ago.


After the ‘Tiananmen Square Protests’ in 1989, China had controlled all the speeches and media tightly. Schlesinger said at that time all the so-called ‘News’ must follow the official release which given by the Xinhua News Agency. According to the document of Tiananmen, the government had killed over 2600 people including innocent students and residents. Because of the authority’s interference, the Xinhua News Agency changed to 727 sharply. Citizens could hardly know the facts in the country without democracy.


A Big Step to Democracy


‘’It is no doubted that the restrictions to media still exist in China. But in recent years, more Chinese media have the gut to give out bold news and more so-called 'sensitive words' can be searched in the Internet,’’ said Schlesinger in the assembly of Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


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He added that it was because the new generation of journalists returning from Hong Kong and the United States. Consequently, the culture of freedom of speech went back to China and changed the national news industry.


He said there was nothing important than life. Reporters in China need to pay attention to the contents of involving sensitive subject matter. ‘’If you want to report on the sensitive issues, the report must be accurate and neutral,’’ he added reporters do have the responsibility to reveal the facts.


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