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出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reporter: Karin Lai



Expression of speech and publishing of media have faced grave scrutiny. China government was criticized that they have interfered in journalism independence for a long time. Yet, David Schlesinger said the situation changed.

Journalists in China failed to protect the truth of news. Instead, they sometimes fell down into a propaganda media.

“In the past, journalists were forbidden from investigating and reporting freely. China’s government monitored the process of reporting," said Mr Schlesinger, the chief of Reuters China Bureau.

He noticed that China government became open-minded which allows journalists to criticize government performance. Embrace the idea of consultation, public review and balloting under party rule, the situation differentiated from the past.

“Although there are still severe restrictions now, this as a process. Freedom in China will be developing in a way that fits China’s circumstances.”

The path to democracy follows an obvious, straight line. China will open up the pool of media freedom, step by step, as the countries become wealthier, more modern and stable.
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