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Taiwan election is more enthusiastic than Hong Kong

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Gigi Sin 165108 27 Nov 2018

Journalism and Mass Communication students went to Taiwan Republic of China local elections of 2018 which held on 24 November. Comparing to Hong Kong, citizens in Taiwan election is more passionate and enthusiastic.

“The election atmosphere of Hong Kong is far less than Taiwan,” student Ng tsz-ting said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University. She said candidates invited important characters to ask for voters to supports in the evening. Such as the former president Ma ying-jeou speak for Chinese nationalist party and the president Tsai Ing-wen speak for Democratic Progressive Party, “Taiwan voters are loyal to their candidates,” she said.

Student Ng tsz-yin said the election night party in Kaohsiung like a ‘Lunar New Year fair’, there are many booths which is selling flags and clothes. “It’s crowded and supporters are saying slogans for candidate Han kuo-yu,” he said.

He said they did a street interview with a Taiwanese, who lives in China for 20 years, back to Taiwan and vote for Han kuo-yu. The voter said the technology in China is now getting better, but Kaohsiung is still old and poor. “Voters who supports Han kuo-yu believing he can change the situation,” Ng tsz-yin said.

Student Sit tsz-ching said Taiwan voters think that voting is their right, they will not give up for choosing candidates. “People who are 20 years old can join the election and they are excited,” she said.

Ng tsz-ting said Taiwan candidates promoted themselves in the car and posted in Faceba ook page to inform citizens about their plans. “Journalists need to be alert to the environment to follow the news of candidates,” she said. Ng tsz-ting and her team waited for the candidate until she heard some noise and citizens stayed in a place with the candidate.

She said well preparation and stay calm is important for journalists interview outside. “Be flexible and work hard will pay off,” Ng tsz-ting said.

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