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Sing Pao Wishes Keep Up Fairness

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(The real news in your lead was the fact that Ngai cannot guarantee every piece of news printed in his newspaper is fair. It was rare for any chief editor to admit openly that not every story printed was fair. Who was the Lau you were referring to? And what was the incidence all about? You should not assume every readers knew it and it was your job to explain it clearly to your readers.)


By SIU, Hnag Nam, 2012-02-19-Ngai Kai Kwong, the Chief Editor of Sing Pao Daily News, said that he wishes Sing Pao to keep up its vision of fairness, but he cannot guarantee every piece of news is fair. He also said that reporters should have news senses and beware of fact checking.

Sing Pao revised the commentary of Jonny Lau, a Hong Kong Pundit, about the Chief Executive Election from ‘not support both of the candidate’, to ‘supporting CY Leung’ in March 2012. Ngai was asked about if the issue reflected Sing Pao abandoned the vision of fairness. Ngai said he would keep up Sing Pao’s vision of fairness.

‘At least I wash to keep it up. But I cannot guarantee every single piece of news in Sing Pao is fair’. Said Ngai.

Ngai said it was his fault and Sing Pao’s fault that they ‘over-polished’ the commentary written by Lau. He said he was too busy that some words in the commentary had been changed. Ngai said Sing Pao respect the author, so that they published the original commentary on the next day after Lau’s complain.

‘I feel guilty.’ Said Ngai, ‘We should not have polished the commentary’.

Ngai said that little mistakes could cause great impact to the news organisation. For example, Sing Pao had once received lawyer’s letter because the paper published a company’s negative news with a wrong stock code.

He also said it was important for a reporter to have news sense. He said the reporters in Sing Pao have news senses.

‘Our reporter wrote a news story about guide dog in his or her neighbourhood. There is only 2 two guide dog in Hong Kong’. Said Ngai, praising the news sense of the reporter. At the moment, there is a total of four guide dogs in service in Hong Kong.
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