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Tips for business journalists reporting from China

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By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 22 April 2014


What makes a financial reporter easier to do investigative report in China? Hiring a local driver could be an answer, Editor-in-Chief of Bloomberg Businessweek (Chinese) Vivian Kwok said.


Speaking in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Kwok highlighted the importance of posing as local residents when investigating claims made by national or private Chinese companies in the Mainland.


Kwok said, for safety’s sake, Hong Kong reporters should always avoid using their Mainland Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macau Residents, or Home Return Permit, in accommodation registration.


“Instead, you should hire a local driver and use his ID card when checking into the motel so as to prevent suspicion,” explained Kwok.


Kwok added that it is crucial to always take all personal luggage with the reporter himself, taking into account the fact that he may not be able to return to the motel if his identity is exposed.


“Although we hide our identities in information-gathering process, we must reveal who we really are when we seek confirmation,” said Kwok.
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