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Matthew Cheung learn a lesson of media communication

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Secretary for Labour and Welfare, Mr Matthew Cheung attended a seminar in Shue Yan university, was asked (asked by whom?) about the implementation of the minimum wage (implement?), he refused to accept any media interviews, but only accepted the interview (of the official acceptance of the Information Services Department?) the day before the implementation. Zhang said he had difficulties (behind?), he sought the advice of the Assistant Professor of Shue Yan, Li Ka Man.

Interview with official media only access difficulties

Before the minimum wage was implemented, Chang refused to accept interview but only accepted the official (practice?), (is the erosion of the mass media, government intervention in the practice of freedom of the press? how so?). Zhang explained that he was contacted by multiple media outlets to do an exclusive interview, and it was difficult to accept all the media interviews in a short time, as well as provide a scoop for each. To avoid any (unfair?), he choose to accept only a single interview with the official media, he regretted this decision afterwards. Zhang also asked the Assistant Professor of Shue Yan, Li Ka Man for suggestions on how to deal with similar situations.

Lee: “I don’t know” is not an excuse

"You are really a good Secretary, but I think you should not claim “you don’t know what to do” as an excuse, the effective way to solve this incident is to hold a news conference for the mass media." Dr. Li Ka Man explaiedn this method is the most common, as long as (such sharing will convene a meeting?), invite the media reporters, let them to ask questions, and try to answer the as many questions as possible. She said Cardinal Zen, and Arthur Lee also use this method. This helps avoiding rejecting a correspondent's request for an interview, while avoiding (the only media interview with an official statement?). Cheung laughed, and said ("This talk really can learn something!"?)

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