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Journalist should not predict the future, says Chairman Of Reuters China

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Journalist should not predict the future, says Chairman Of Reuters

Chief executive-elect Leung Chun-ying is criticized by media that the freedom of speech in Hong Kong will be sharply reduced after he became the Chief-executive. David Schlesinger, the Chairman of Thomson Reuters China said journalists should not predict the future. “It’s a very dangerous thing,” Schlesinger said.


Schlesinger refused to comment on the future of freedom of speech in Hong Kong when he was giving a talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday. He said that journalists should report the facts right now and watch closely for what has happened in front of them. “It’s hard to predict the future. The thing you (Journalist) can do is keep asking the questions. For example, you can ask the question of article 23 and the relationship between China and Hong Kong,” Schlesinger said. He pointed out that reporters needed to watch, to interview and to investigate for the truth based on the facts.


Nowadays, journalists started to lose control of getting first-hand information because of the new media like Facebook, Twitter and Weibo. Schlesinger believed it did not undermine the work of journalists. He suggested that journalist should add value to the news and being professional. “At first, it’s importants for journalists to speak the facts fast and report it specifically which the others don’t have. Second, they should report with their own style, which is different from others. Third, is the ubiquity and expertise,” Schlesinger said.
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