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Suppressing columns’ articles may not be related to political censorship

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(The official English name is Lau Nai-Keung and you should write so accordingly. Your lead could be simplified as follows: The cancellation of Lau Nai-Keung's column by the Hong Kong Economic Journal has triggered fear of yet another round of alleged political censorship but its senior editor has vehemently denied it.)

Suppressing columns’ articles may not be related to political censorship

by Alvin Wu

Hong Kong Economic Journal (HKEJ) has temporarily suppressed articles of columnist Liu nai qiang, which has been suspected and criticized as political censorship, like many recent media events. Andy Ngai, Deputy Chief Editor of HKEJ, thought that the action may not relate to political censorship

“Columnists do not write for the newspaper for lifetime, “Andy Ngai said in Shue Yan University yesterday, “There are many reasons other than political censorship can lead to the suppression, though, I am not responsible for that page”

Ngai criticized Hong Kong people who attributed many actions to political reasons without second thought. He used Mingpao’s shift of chief editor as an example, explained the new chief editor Chong Tien Siong may be dissident rather than reactionary, and Hong Kong people should observe first.

“I oppose to political censorship, but reasons causing recent media events may not relate to politics.” He added.

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