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Rising of the Mainland TV Shows

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--095107 2012年4月10日 (二) 23:59 (UTC)

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“The quality of the Mainland TV show has improved a lot, it is even better than Hong Kong’s now,” said Wilson Chin Kwok-wai, a well-known producer, in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, April 10, 2012.


TV Shows that (to be-conjugate) produced in the Mainland such as Super Voice Girl and Strictly Come Dancing are very popular in China. Ng Yu, a senior media professional also the executive of the Emperor Entertainment Group Ltd, believed that a lot of effort had been put into the production of these successful TV shows. “Such as the Strictly Come Dancing show, the producer required all contestants to focus on practicing dancing three months before the competition,” said Ng.


Ng claimed that Hong Kong TV Show producers do not prepare as much as those in the Mainland. Ng explained that, “in the Mainland, producers usually would ask the artists to rehearse for a day before filming while in Hong Kong producers would only spend half hour for rehearsal. ”


Chin added that this might be caused by the tight schedule of Hong Kong artists. “Many artists who participated in variety shows in Hong Kong usually only spare two or three hours for filming,” said Chin. He believed that this could be a reason why TV shows in the Mainland can be of a better quality.


In addition, Ng said that the Mainland TV stations are very willing to spend huge amount of money to produce TV shows. He disclosed that, “once, there was a TV station which offered 1.2 million dollars for one of my singers to perform two songs on their show.”

All in all, the Mainland TV stations are more competitive than Hong Kong's. Who else can save the declining TV industry in Hong Kong? Maybe Ricky Wong City Telecom TV Station?



“The quality of the Mainland TV show has improved a lot, (it is..) even better than Hong Kong’s now,” said Wilson Chin Kwok-wai, a well-known producer, in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, April 10, 2012.


TV Shows that (to be) produced in the Mainland such as Super Voice Girl and Strictly Come Dancing (were-still are?) very popular in China. Ng Yu, a senior media professional also the executive of the Emperor Entertainment Group Ltd, believed that a lot of effort had been put into the production of these successful TV shows. “Such as the Strictly Come Dancing show, the producer required all contestants to focus on practic(e-[progressive) dancing three months before the competition,” said Ng.


Ng claimed that Hong Kong TV Show producers do not prepare as much as those in the Mainland. Ng explained that, “in the Mainland, producers usually would ask the artists to rehearse for a day before filming while in Hong Kong producers would only spend half hour for rehearsal. ”


Chin added that this might be caused by the tight schedule of Hong Kong artists. “Many artists who participated in variety shows in Hong Kong usually only spare two or three hours for filming,” said Chin. He believed that this could be a reason why TV shows in the Mainland can (have-be of) a better quality.


In addition, Ng said that the Mainland TV stations are very willing to spend huge amount of money to produce TV shows. He disclosed that, “once, there was a TV station which offered 1.2 million dollars for one of my singers to perform two songs (i)n their show.”

The last sentence does not offer enough closure, perhaps you could finish with the decline of quality in Hong Kong, or a more conclusive quote?
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