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Red Pocket System could not be prohibited in China Journalism Field – NGAI, Andy

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(The word "of" is conspicuously missing from the sentence "...said NGAI Andy, the Deputy...."of" the Hong Kong Economic Journal." You should also interpret what Red Packet Money means. Non Chinese readers might not understand what it means. It is commendable for you to give your readers the chart of different pay-outs for reporters from different categories, or grades as you described.)


HONG KONG| TUE Feb 25, 2013 17:38 (UTC)

By Ronald Chung Long Yin 115102


“Despite the various checks of mainland journalists, the Red Pocket System could not be stopped in China.” said NGAI Andy, the Deputy Chief Editor, Supplement, Hong Kong Economic Journal.


NGAI said most of the mainland journalists receive Red Pocket as additional income when reporting news. NGAI talked in details that the Red Pocket system is divided into 5 grades, from Grade A to Grade E. Reporters from the highest grading like the People’s Daily could receive about RMB 1200. The amount is nearly a double of the monthly salary. NGAI pointed out that it is important for the Hong Kong journalists to remain disciplined in the field.


NGAI addressed the control of wordings from Chinese legislative departments is relatively strict for journals. He said that the sensitive wordings and date like “the June Fourth” and “May Fourth” are prohibited from publication. Other than that, name of countries and individuals must be followed under Xinhua News Agency. For example, “China Taiwan” and “India” have to be renamed as “China Taiwan province” and “Indonesia”. In addition, NGAI believed that the control of journalism in China is strengthened in the XI Jinping’s era

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