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Room for press freedom in China keeps improving

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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China has a strict control over journalists, and the(n) media could only follow the (mind?edit) of the central government to report news. However, David Schlesinger, the Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, thought that the degree of press freedom is improving in China.


By Rainbow Ho 22:49 27/03/2012


“China is on a journey from a tightly control to a smooth(ly-omit) open(progressive)-up (in-wrong preposition) press freedom,” said Schlesinger, (preposition of time missing) giving a talk at Shue Yan University.


He explained that some mainland newspapers can sometimes publish sensitive news and local people can now exchange their ideas through microblogs like Weibo.


Even though there are still many restrictions in reporting, David Schlesinger insisted his principle and did not avoid reporting sensitive news in China. Meanwhile, (such stand bought Reuters suffering from consequence-revise).


“The website of reuters.cn has been banned in China,” said Schlesinger, explaining that the sensitive content from Reuters upset the Chinese government, and causing the website (to be) blocked from accessing.


Facing the hardships, he agreed that “China can be a difficult place to report(ing-omit) (article) news.” Therefore, he reminded young reporters to be absolutely careful while they do reporting in China, and always adhere to (the-omit) fairness and accuracy (when) (to-omit) report(progressive) the fact(plural).


--095083 2012年3月27日 (二) 22:55 (UTC)


Correction

China has a strict control over journalists, and media could only follow the rules of the central government to report news. However, David Schlesinger, the Chairman of Thomson Reuters China, thought that the degree of press freedom is improving in China.


By Rainbow Ho 22:49 27/03/2012


“China is on a journey from a tightly control to a smooth opened-up towards press freedom,” said Schlesinger, and giving a talk at Shue Yan University.


He explained that some mainland newspapers can sometimes publish sensitive news and local people can now exchange their ideas through microblogs like Weibo.


Even though there are still many restrictions in reporting, David Schlesinger insisted his principle and did not avoid reporting sensitive news in China. Meanwhile, it also bought Reuters some consequence.


“The website of reuters.cn has been banned in China,” said Schlesinger, explaining that the sensitive content from Reuters upset the Chinese government, and causing the website to be blocked from accessing.


Facing the hardships, he agreed that “China can be a difficult place to report the news.” Therefore, he reminded young reporters to be absolutely careful while they do reporting in China, and always adhere to fairness and accuracy when reporting the facts.

--095083 2012年4月10日 (二) 22:11 (UTC)
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