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We need 100% correct, said Ivan Yau

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We need 100% correct, said Ivan Yau

                                                Fred Pui 
                                                6-3-2012

The credibility of the news companies in Hong Kong (is-use present perfect) decreasing within these(these requires adj like past before years) years. The former TVB anchor Ivan Yau Man Wa said news must be 100% (correct-accurate), reporters have to reconfirm the source.

The news industry has been changing during latest years(repetitive). The internet makes the news become faster and faster. “Media is a two-edges sword, the current political issues show us that media hurt someone, but also benefit others,” said Ivan.

Ivan also criticizes (something for doing/being something-revise) today’s TV news are decaying, “ it is common to see that the video and the voice over are not compatible, actually, video and voice over cannot be separated, but now, lots of them goes separately.”

The media in Hong Kong has their own power to supervise the government and the society. “Don’t be afraid to criticize something, if you are right, they will accept (...). It is good to supervise the government, some of the policies of the government begin (from-change preposition) us,” said Ivan.

Furthermore, Ivan thinks news is like a history book, he said reporters have to widen the horizon and (put?) the eye on the whole world. “News is a reference, if something is right and good to do, we can continue, however, if something is bad, we have to change (them? or it?),” said Ivan


We need 100% correct, said Ivan Yau

                                                Fred Pui 
                                                6-3-2012

The credibility of the news companies in Hong Kong has been decreasing within past years. The former TVB anchor Ivan Yau Man Wa said news must be 100% accurate, reporters have to reconfirm the source.

The internet makes the news become faster and faster. “Media is a two-edges sword, the current political issues show us that media hurt someone, but also benefit others,” said Ivan.

Ivan also criticizes today’s TV news reporting are decaying, “ it is common to see that the video and the voice over are not compatible, actually, video and voice over cannot be separated, but now, lots of them goes separately.”

The media in Hong Kong has their own power to supervise the government and the society. “Don’t be afraid to criticize something, if you are right, they will accept ... It is good to supervise the government, some of the policies of the government begin with us,” said Ivan.

Furthermore, Ivan thinks news is like a history book, he said reporters have to widen the horizon and (put?) the eye on the whole world. “News is a reference, if something is right and good to do, we can continue, however, if something is bad, we have to change it,” said Ivan
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