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Working for seven years in the mainland, Andy Ngai, Deputy Chief Editor of Supplement of Hong Kong Economic Journal, said there is no freedom of press in there.


Contents of books, magazines and newspaper are strictly restricted in the mainland. Ngai said publishers cannot register as “publisher”, but “media company” in mainland because publisher belongs to the country. Books writing about sensitive content will not pass the censorship.


Paid news is not news in mainland. Ngai said it is a custom to give journalists “red packet” in mainland while journalists from Party’s newspaper will receive “bigger” red packet.


“I once refused to accept the red packet one gave me, then everyone looked at me like I was a monster.” he said. As a Hong Kong journalist, he thought he should not accept.


Ngai said he had to socialize with the mainland journalists through going to restaurants or going for drinks, using up lots of time. Although he does not think such custom is good, he said it is necessary to adapt to a place’s culture when you work there. Ngai believed that there will be more journalists going to work in the mainland for the future 20 to 30 years.
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