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出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(I guess you have never come to my class at all. I have repeatedly told the class that a byline, which includes the writer's name and the date, should always appear at the beginning of the article. I even demonstrated this with clippings from the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. When you said "Started from five years ago, our agency has been doing reports on June Fourth Incident" but that incidence took place more than 20 years ago, what were the reports the CNA was doing? The reports were about the annual candlelight vigils in memory of the dead of the crackdown since 1989. You deserved to be commended for pointing out the fact that CNA is promoting Hong Kong local staff to higher position. An observation few other students have noticed.)


“We are progressing from the conservative to the liberal” said Candy Lo, the Deputy Chief Editor for Hong Kong Chinese News Agency (known as CNA), also is one of the rare local staff who works in the high position for CNA. CNA, the Chinese enterprise media corporation in Hong Kong, is well-known as the left-wing media.

Breakthrough of CNA

Lo shared her experience upon the changes of CNA with fellow students in Shue Yan University yesterday. One of the biggest changes impressed Lo is the reporting of June Fourth Incident, which is one of the most controversial and politically sensitive topics in China. “Started from five years ago, our agency has been doing reports on June Fourth Incident,” Lo said. What Lo wanted to further portrait was that the career ladder in CNA has been opened up for local staff. “In the past, the ladder was arranged in order of seniority and most of the leaders were assigned from headquarter in Beijing.” But now, to her anticipation, there will be more local staff to hold the leading role. “I shared with my young colleague, saying that I am the example who could break the rule and become a leading role in CNA.”

Still Long Way to Go

Despite the fact that Lo have came up with the revolution in CNA, some doubted that CNA still work for the Chinese authority. One of fellow student raised a question about the lack of editorial in CNA reporting. Another student raised question about the bias report on Death of Li Wangyang. Lo admitted that there is still room for improvement and she reminded that China can only be more liberal to catch up with the tide of world history.--105048 2012年10月31日 (三) 00:43 (UTC)
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