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The Mainland China Provides More Chances for Scriptwriter

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The Mainland China Provides More Chances for Scriptwriter

Reporter/ Mandy Lam --095032 2012年2月28日 (二) 23:58 (UTC)


There was a saying that Hong Kong is a heaven for challengers, but it could not be a great field for scriptwriter, Lai Man Cheuk, a veteran scriptwriter suggested that the fresh graduates, who (use with are+by) enthuse (in) scriptwriting, should work in the mainland China yesterday in Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


Most of Hong Kong drama series were produced by TVB for decades. Hence, it caused a criticism that TVB monopolized the market and (made it diminished-simply use one verb-diminish).


“I totally disagree that the dramas are getting worse,” Lai said. “Due to the advancement of society, people also become more progressive.”


Just like the (m)ainland China, Lai added that the Government changed the cultural policy. (article missing) Number of audience had increased over 10 times to 100 millions in past decade, and the quality of dramas reached the world-class level.


Despite of this, according to Lai, a drama scriptwriter only get HK$12,000 per episode. However, a fresh and veteran scriptwriter can get RMB$30,000 to $50,000 per episode. “Some famous scriptwriter can even get RMB$200,000 for one.” Through this, people can see that the mainland drama market is (hunger-noun change to adjective) for scriptwriters.


“The mainland China will be a bright road for Hong Kong scriptwriters,” said Lai.


Also, although TVB is facing staff turnover because of hunting by the CTI, a new television station, Lai said that “it’s a normal staff flowing, and it won’t cause a big influence,” because there is 1,800 staff of the production department in TVB, and the loss only accounted for less than 5%.


However, Lai praised Ricky Wong Wai-kay, the chairman of CTI that he has “made good use of emotional value” in order to persuade other television stations to retain scriptwriters.

Good work, keep it up! For the title, no for "the", and pluralize scriptwriter.



The Mainland China Provides More Chances for Scriptwriters (EDITED)

Reporter/ Mandy Lam --095032 2012年3月3日 (六) 16:30 (UTC)


There was a saying that Hong Kong is a heaven for challengers, but it could not be a great field for scriptwriter, Lai Man Cheuk, a veteran scriptwriter suggested that the fresh graduates, who are enthusiastic in scriptwriting, should work in the mainland China yesterday in Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


Most of Hong Kong drama series were produced by TVB for decades. Hence, it caused a criticism that TVB monopolized the market and diminished it.


“I totally disagree that the dramas are getting worse,” Lai said. “Due to the advancement of society, people also become more progressive.”


Just like the mainland China, Lai added that the Government changed the cultural policy. A Number of audience had increased over 10 times to 100 millions in past decade, and the quality of dramas reached the world-class level.


Despite of this, according to Lai, a drama scriptwriter only get HK$12,000 per episode. However, a fresh and veteran scriptwriter can get RMB$30,000 to $50,000 per episode. “Some famous scriptwriter can even get RMB$200,000 for one.” Through this, people can see that the mainland drama market is hungry for scriptwriters.


“The mainland China will be a bright road for Hong Kong scriptwriters,” said Lai.


Also, although TVB is facing staff turnover because of hunting by the CTI, a new television station, Lai said that “it’s a normal staff flowing, and it won’t cause a big influence,” because there is 1,800 staff of the production department in TVB, and the loss only accounted for less than 5%.


However, Lai praised Ricky Wong Wai-kay, the chairman of CTI that he has “made good use of emotional value” in order to persuade other television stations to retain scriptwriters.

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