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Press freedom remains unchanged

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(Self censorship of media-start with media to avoid using of too often) has been a controversy after (article) handover of HKSAR, but Ivan Yau, a former reporter and anchor of TVB News, did not see any significant differences after 1997.


By Rainbow Ho 21:25 06/03/2012

On 1 July 1997, Hong Kong was handed over to China by the United Kingdom. Critics made an assumption that Hong Kong media will gain much pressure from the China government while Yau thought that the only change of Hong Kong was the transfer of government and personnel.


“The relations between China and Hong Kong became closer after 1997,” said Yau at Shue Yan University, adding that it is a good change because we can communicate with China more directly.


Yau disagreed that the handover in 1997 altered the core value of (press freedom-or free speech) in Hong Kong.


“Hong Kong has changed. However, journalists and editors still have their rights to report the truth,” said Yau, explaining that (article) media could still criticize the government and revealed the scandals (of-use involve progressive tense) (the-omit) politicians.


He believes that media is the watchdog of the society and also emphasized that the trend of reporting theses pieces of news has been encouraged (other?) than a cover-up.

Good work, keep it up!


--095083 2012年3月6日 (二) 21:30 (UTC)


Correction

Media self censorship has been a controversy after the handover of HKSAR, but Ivan Yau, a former reporter and anchor of TVB News, did not see any significant differences after 1997.


By Rainbow Ho 21:25 06/03/2012

On 1 July 1997, Hong Kong was handed over to China by the United Kingdom. Critics made an assumption that Hong Kong media will gain much pressure from the China government while Yau thought that the only change of Hong Kong was the transfer of government and personnel.


“The relations between China and Hong Kong became closer after 1997,” said Yau at Shue Yan University, adding that it is a good change because we can communicate with China more directly.


Yau disagreed that the handover in 1997 altered the core value of free speech in Hong Kong.


“Hong Kong has changed. However, journalists and editors still have their rights to report the truth,” said Yau, explaining that the media could still criticize the government and revealed the scandals involving politicians.


He believes that media is the watchdog of the society and also emphasized that the trend of reporting theses pieces of news has been encouraged than a cover-up.


--095083 2012年3月10日 (六) 17:35 (UTC)
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