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Put Back Your Sadness and Put On Your Professionalism

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Put Back Your Sadness and Put On Your Professionalism

Reporter:--095124 楊秀文 YEUNG, SAU MAN 2012年3月6日 (二) 22:47 (UTC)


On 10th Aug, 2008, Cornwall Court Fire took the lives of four people, including two firefighters, and injuring a further 55 people. Every reporter rushed to Mong Kok and waited overnight for any breaking news. By facing a numbers of dead bodies, they finished their jobs calmly.

It was not the first time in Hong Kong to have a No. 5 alarm of fire accident. On 20th Nov, 1996, a No. 5 alarm fire in Garley Building caused the loss of 41 lives and 81 injuries. Ivan M.W. Yau was one of the reporters rushed on site.

“It was a shock to watch the fire burning the building, even lives. I could not believe that disastrous accident was happening,” he said. But he was a reporter. His duty was to report what was happening.

“Reporters are the first pack of people to accept these facts, even though they are so unacceptable,” he said. In reporting disasters, he said the first thing reporters should do is to calm down and control their emotion. “Because we have to project a professional image to audiences, we do not let our emotions to affect us,” he continued. “I know it is hard and the audiences will understand we are sad, but we still have to maintain the objectiveness of media.”

((great focus throughout and good use of examples to illustrate your point...nice, concise, and solid!))

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