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TEPCO is excusable in the nuclear disaster, Says a senior PR practitioner

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TEPCO is not responsible for the nuclear disaster, Says senior PR representative BY April Yu

HKSYU—OCT 18-Seven months have passed by since the devastating earthquake in Japan. Reconstruction work is in progress however some damages cannot be repaired in the near future. Among the damages, the Tokyo Electric Power Company, TEPCO, nuclear disaster perhaps is the most incurable(inap.) (refers to a disease or behavior). While many of us believe TEPCO is to be held responsible, others believe TEPCO did its best in managing the crisis. Esme is one of them.


Esme, Public Affairs Manager (Media & Community), Power Assets Holdings Ltd, formerly known as Hong Kong electric Holdings Limited, believed that TEPCO seems (to delay the communication a little bit the nuclear disaster-awkward phrasing-edit). But the crisis is(vt) too big to be handled perfectly. So as a Public relation or PR person, she thinks ‘TEPCO is excusable.’(repeating yourself here)


According to Esme, delays in crisis communication are inevitable under certain circumstances. ‘When facing such a huge disaster like TEPCO, PR practitioners(inap) (refers to medical professionals) have to help to decide what to do first: to quench the fire or tell the media.’(good sentence!)


During the disaster, journalists covered the story without TEPCO's assistance, which Esme believes is understandable. ‘In such great crisis, journalists cannot expect the management of TEPCO to feed them information. TEPCO chose to focus on disaster relief at that moment.’ said the senior PR practitioner.


However, Esme trusts Hong Kong's crisis communication system. Many trainings and drills(military drills?) were offer(vt) to PR practitioners to carry out good crisis communication. ‘In Hong Kong, it is more efficient, since it’s a small city, which facilitates communication.’ explained Esme.

Great article!

You had a concrete story line and you followed it until the end with solid examples, and good quotes. All you need to think about is the grammar, and some words that did not fit into the context.
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