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Lo hopes China strong and confident enough to report different opinions

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HONG KONG | By Jack Hui Chun Kit

Published 30 Oct 2012

Candy Lo, the deputy chief editor of the Hong Kong China News Agency (HKCNA),is affiliated with the Chinese government and has a semi official status. She disagreed that China reporters have lower abilities comparing with foreign news media to interview those political sensitive news, however, there is a hidden agenda which is not allowing them to report some kinds of viewpoints.

The deputy chief editor, who is also experienced in Chinese news reporting, said her company keeps trying to coverage all viewpoints of the news in a local university today. She mentioned that different views can be sent out with the growth of China, in terms of democracy and liberty. She took the gathering in commemoration of 4 June, which is a big political issue in China, as an example. She pointed out HKCNA has reported that annual gathering for five years.

Lo spent her childhood in motherland, Fujian China, and later settled in Hong Kong so far. She believed that China will follow the world trend, which is being democratic and liberal. She personal appreciated some of the social movements in Hong Kong, like anti-national education subject campaign. She highlighted the campaign's leader Joshua Wong, who came from the same Fukien Secondary School with her. She said Fukien, which is labeled as "Love Chine, Love Hong Kong" school, can breed a social activist like Wong.

Beside the peer competition, she added that information explosion is also threatening all news agencies. She said HKCNA is carrying out diversified services to face the challenges. One of those new services is providing the booked interview articles for other news organisations (one to one only) .

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