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Ma Chim Wai : Keep an eye on the Beijing government

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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There were signs showing that China’s political change would affect Hong Kong, Ma Chim Wai, the Executive Producer of the Public & Current Affairs Section of RTHK said yesterday.

Ma took the closing report of The Eighteenth National People's Congress of the Communist Party of China as an example, pointing out that there was an absence of wordings like ‘Base on the Basic Law’ in it. “As every word in the speech or reports has their own significant meaning and function, this might be meaning something too,” he said. “ However, none of us understand it, we have to wait and see.”

He said that reporters needed to learn more about China. “There will be great change on the Hong Kong’s political and it will be really a great challenge for new journalist,” he adds.

The voice aroused on the recent survey about Hong Kong people’s Recognition of national identity, conducted by the Centre for Communication and Public Opinion Survey of Hong Kong Chinese University, was another sign, Ma said. Following the criticism from the Chinese officer Hao Tiechuan, Global Times, the mouthpiece of the Beijing Government, also critized the survey.

Ma said that similar surveys had been conducted 10 years ago but they haven’t been criticism until recent. “ The most reasonable reason for such criticism would be the disappointing result- the recognition level become lower and lower,” he said.

Many Chinese officials do not like to accept negative opinion. “ The survey reflects the truth,” Ma said.” Instead of banding the scholars to conduct survey, political leader should take it as a guide to know what is happening in the society. They should know the problem and do something to change it.” He wondered if it would affect the freedom of academy in Hong Kong but China’s voice had to be noticed.

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