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No censorship within HKCNA

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(To describe HKCNA as a Chinese-funded corporation was not enough to reveal its political nature. You should just go ahead and tell it like it is. It is a government controlled agency with a semi official status. The sentence "fights back the rumour in a strong tone" could be better written this way:"denied it vehemently." Who was Liu Xiaobo? And why reporting the story of him winning the Nobel Peace Prize was significant to prove the editorial independence of the HKCNA? Please don't assume everyone knows who Liu Xiaobo is.)

30th October, 2012

By Choi Ho Ming

As a Chinese-funded Cooperation, Hong Kong China News Agency is known as a left-winged news agency. Candy Lo, Deputy Chief Editor of HKCNA, fights back the rumour in a strong tone.

“There is no censorship within the agency,” said Lo. “ We are objective and neutral.”

Lo took Liu Xiaobo as an example.

“We had a coverage on the Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu last year,” she said. “The only thing is we are making it in a different angle.”

The reporting style among Hong Kong media is often criticized to be being bias, especially on some social issues. The experienced editor thinks that to keep calm and analyze the problem.

“For example, for the anti-national education motion, we have to think at the people’s angle. Why some are fighting against the scheme and some are supporting the scheme,” said Lo, “what we do not want to do is follow the mainstream idea, but to judge the problem with our vision.”


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