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Learning the values of life through going around

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(Going around was not an appropriate term here. How about through experience instead? It was an understatement when you said "that robberies were not unusual", the crime was actually rampant and out of control. I don't quite understand what you meant by "Things appear fruitful in Hong Kong but it's not necessary in other places". What did you mean by "fruitful"? Your report on the whole was good and to the point.)


Learning the values of life through going around--105065 2012年11月21日 (三) 00:23 (UTC)

Parran Lau

(21 November 2012) - RTHK executive producer James Ma said that the experience of going to different parts of the world and filming stories around the global changed his view and values on life in a talk at Shue Yan University

The most touching story that Ma has covered is the trip to Papua New Guinea (PNG). Ma described the country was nice with modern architectures as well as beautiful sunshine and coastal skyline. "It's like Repulse Bay in Hong Kong or [beaches in] Thailand," said Ma. Yet, he found that life was difficult there after his journey.

Ma pointed out that the life expectancy of people in PNG was only 50 to 60 years. Owing to poor medical system, many of the citizens there suffered from various kinds of diseases and died because of not receiving well treatments. Seeing lots of patients just sitting on the floor in a hospital, Ma said hospitals in Hong Kong were operated very well by comparison.

He added that robberies were not unusual in the country and the government of PNG was so corruptive that there were guards armed with loaded rifles outside stores to prevent from being robbed.

"The visiting to PNG inspires me that people in other societies are facing harsh challenges every day," he said. "Things appear fruitful in Hong Kong but it's not necessary in other places."

Ma also had similar feeling after filming documentaries about China.

"It [the Chinese government] often mentions 'keeping harmony' because it is not harmony," Ma said.

Having been a producer and a reporter around different places for many years, Ma said that it is important for reporters to listen carefully in writing stories and to judge whether the things we see are the truth.

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