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Journalists need to be cautious, former anchor said

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Hong Kong, Mar. 6-- "Journalists should not express their feelings online recklessly," said Ivan Yau, former Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) anchor, during his speech to the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


Cindy Chan Sin Yan


Recently, many journalists, including famous anchors of broadcast companies, (get-past tense) a Facebook or Weibo (Micro-blog). They like to share their feelings or even political stan(ds-diff ending) on these social media. They also share others articles or status.


"Journalists should be careful about their words," Yau said. "If their words are biased or have not been proved by authorities, it may bring harm(s) to the victims or even the public."


He pointed out that he has never share his own feelings on the online platform. He also asked the journalists not to express their opinions imprudently.



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Hong Kong, Mar. 6-- "Journalists should not express their feelings online recklessly," said Ivan Yau, former Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) anchor, during his speech to the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


Cindy Chan Sin Yan


Recently, many journalists, including famous anchors of broadcast companies, got a Facebook or Weibo (Micro-blog). They like to share their feelings or even political stances on these social media. They also share others articles or status.


"Journalists should be careful about their words," Yau said. "If their words are biased or have not been proved by authorities, it may bring harms to the victims or even the public."


He pointed out that he has never share his own feelings on the online platform. He also asked the journalists not to express their opinions imprudently.

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