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Journalism development in China won't end

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, David Schlesinger said he had been to Beijing in 1991 to 1994, the sensitive period after Tiananmen incident. After 20 years, he feels the door of freedom of speech in China is opening.



Schlesinger described that the media in China was under the great power of supervision and the freedom of speech was limited. “The newspapers are all write the same things and follow The Xinhua News Agency” he said.


20 years later, Schlesinger thinks the development of journalism in China is changing every day. Although there are still many restrictions, Schlesinger thinks that the authority also improves its measure, as he can find out there are so many newspapers can report some daring stories now. [How have things improved, concretely?]


“If you think about what happen to Weibo, people actually talking many subjects, it is amazing compare to 20 years ago,” Schlesinger continued, “I see it as a process which wasn’t ended yet, it won’t end.”


--095114 2012年3月28日 (三) 00:01 (UTC)

[I am unable to comment, really, because there is so little information, one way or the other.]

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