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News agency Deputy Chief Editor advises reporters to think critically

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(Why you kept using "she" in referring to a reporter in a general sense? Since she was speaking in a general term, you could use the word "one" instead. Other than that, your article was well written and structured. You should also elaborate a bit more on the subject of the national education controversy because it was a subject way different from celebrity interviews. If your readers are not familiar with the controversy, they might get confused.)


By Mak Shu Kee , 30 October, 2012

Candy Lo, Deputy Chief Editor of the Hong Kong China News Agency, said a reporter should do ample preparation and bear a critical mind when writing an article in Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

“A reporter needs to do sufficient preparation work before every interview. For example, when a reporter is going to do an interview with a celebrity, she must delve the background information about this person.” Lo says. Such research work could help the reporter in developing a critical mind, that the article written could give audiences a more in-depth understanding of the interviewee.

Lo emphases bearing a critical mind are crucial for a reporter. “For example, one should understand why people support or oppose the national education.” Law explained.

She believes a good reporter should use appropriate wordings when writing articles about celebrities. “If the reporter admires the celebrity, one may praise that celebrity in her article all along. Therefore, a reporter must be alerted that they must use neutral wordings when writing an article.”

Law concludes “A reporter must prepare all the questions well. Good answers are induced from good questions.” Hence, she advises the reporters to read more books, not only newspaper or any information in the internet, as this could leverage the correctness of their wordings used in an article.


Question: Mr. Cheng, I am not sure whether I should use he or she inside the direct quote of Candy Lo when describing the requirements to be a reporter.

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