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No Press Censorship in Hong Kong, Said Yau

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No Press Censorship in Hong Kong, Said Yau

By Winnie

Hong Kong, March 6 -- Some argue that freedom of press is deprived after (article) handover of Hong Kong. On the Contrary, Senior Journalist Ivan Man Wa Yau thought that since then disadvantages of government policies are much easier to (be-no need) disclose(d).


In China, there is less press freedom (that? use different transition word/s) articles with anti-communism messages are not allowed to be published. Some Hong Kong journalists worried that press freedom would be lost after 1997, the year of Hong Kong handover.


“There is no scientific evidence to prove it. We can see the structure of Hong Kong Government has been changed but not press censorship after 1997,” said Ivan Yau, Senior Journalist.


He pointed out that the relations (of-change preposition-one used most with relationship) Hong Kong and China is much closer, and media can know more about Mainland China. But it does not mean press in Hong Kong is manipulated by China.


“What I saw is that the media can discover and criticize mistakes of policies without restriction. Wrong doing (is easier to be-avoid passive voice here-change to active) exposed,” added Yau.


He wondered there is stance of different newspaper, so reporters and editors may have bias when writing news stories.

Good job keeping the story clear and concise.


--095076 2012年3月6日 (二) 23:22 (UTC)

Correction

Hong Kong, March 6 -- Some argue that freedom of press is deprived after the handover of Hong Kong. On the Contrary, Senior Journalist Ivan Man Wa Yau thought that since then disadvantages of government policies are much easier to disclose.


In China, there is less press freedom so articles with anti-communism messages are not allowed to be published. Some Hong Kong journalists worried that press freedom would be lost after 1997, the year of Hong Kong handover.


“There is no scientific evidence to prove it. We can see the structure of Hong Kong Government has been changed but not press censorship after 1997,” said Ivan Yau, Senior Journalist.


He pointed out that the relations between Hong Kong and China is much closer, and media can know more about Mainland China. But it does not mean press in Hong Kong is manipulated by China.


“What I saw is that the media can discover and criticize mistakes of policies without restriction. Journalists expose wrong doing easier than before,” added Yau.


He wondered there is stance of different newspaper, so reporters and editors may have bias when writing news stories.
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