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Will Not Avoid Sensitive Issues in China, Said David Schlesinger

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Will Not Avoid Sensitive Issues in China, Said David Schlesinger

Reported by Alan Yu

David Schlesinger, the chairman of Thomson Reuters China, believed that China is trying to open up slowly. He insisted, [however - implies opposing ideas, which this sentence is not], that the company would not avoid writing sensitive issues in China.

Schlesinger gave a speech in Hong Kong Shue Yan University on Tuesday. He pointed out that fundamentally, China is on its journey from a very tightly controlled society to a society, which is slowly opening up more. Nevertheless, it is not a smooth journey and things might sometimes go backward. People of China wanted to express themselves more and they actively exchanged ideas through the Internet, such as Weibo and blogs. Therefore, Schlesinger thought that even though the China government sometimes cracked down the speech of society, it was not the end of China’s journey. [How and why is it opening up more?]

Although the China government would ban the media reporting sensitive issues to her, Schlesinger insisted that the company would not self-censor or avoid sensitive issues in China. Hence, the company upset the China government and sometimes suffered from the consequences. [What kinds of consequences?] Now, the reuter.cn china website has been banning and blocking in China because the government disliked one of the blog on the website. Nevertheless, the company still could sell its contents to professionals like bankers because they had to use the contents for their business. [The implication is that as long as a citizen needs the information for business purposes, they can acess it freely. Is this what you intended?]

--095073 2012年3月27日 (二) 23:00 (UTC)

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