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Candy Lo: Report the News, away from others’opinions

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Oct 30—Citing the national education protests as an example, Candy Lo, deputy chief editor of Hong Kong China News Agency, said that news organizations should be fair and objective when reporting, rather than try to affect public opinion.

“I really appreciate students’ behavior (especially during the peaceful demonstrations); it is an effective way to let others know their feelings,” said Lo, “But news organizations should report the news as abystanders to make the coverage more fair.”

Lo said that it is common for people to follow their peers' actions, even if they don’t know what other people really want to do.

“Take this opposing national education demonstration as an illustration, one of my friends, now as a junior high school teacher, attended it as well,” Lo said, recounting the conversation.

“Have you ever seen the textbooks after revision?”

“No, not really.”

“Then how can you make up your decision to oppose or support?”

“… …”

Besides ensuring that the news coverage is fair and objective, Lo also said that it is important to make the reports accurate and timely.

“According to CNA’s principle, it is not allowed to report false news, even the dated news,” Lo said, added that timeliness is very essential part in reporting news.

CNA is different from traditional news organizations, such as newspapers, radio or television stations. The news agency is responsible for reporting the first-hand news to these traditional news organizations.

“Therefore, we request the journalists to hand in the news report in two hours,” Lo said. “Timeliness and accuracy are vital for us when reporting.”

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