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Chau Yick: Wen Wei Po is getting lost

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Wen Wei Po nowadays is heavily inclined to the central government, however, it also had voiced out for democracy in the early years. This afternoon, Chau Yick, former Executive Vice President of Wen Wei Po, attended the seminar held by Shue Yan University and said he is very disappointed to Wen Wei Po, because Wen Wei Po is already lost and “mainland based”. (Too inclined to mainland China)
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Wen Wei Po nowadays is heavily inclined to the central government, however, it also voiced out for democracy in its early years. This afternoon, Chau Yick, former Executive Vice President of Wen Wei Po, attended the seminar held by Shue Yan University and said that he is very disappointed with Wen Wei Po, because Wen Wei Po is already lost and “mainland based” (too inclined to follow the mainland China party line).
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== "Uncle" took over the Wen Wei Po ==
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== "Uncle" took over Wen Wei Po ==
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Chau Yick pointed out that Wen Wei Po is highly important before, because it is a very useful channel to let all circles to understand Chinese Communist Party. However, after the crackdown of June Fourth Incident in 1989, Wen Wei Po has completely changed the management approach, the whole editorial team had been took over by mainland China, and also had a period of time that is completely self-contained. He believes that Wen Wei Po has been completely “mainland based” and lost. He said “ it has been took over by a group of “uncle” ( derogatory of Left Wing people from China ), all the editors speak Mandarin, I did not read Wen Wei Po for over ten years, not to mention you ( students) are disappointed by Wen Wei Po, I am also very disappointed.
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Chau Yick pointed out that Wen Wei Po was highly important before, because it was a very useful channel to let all circles understand the Chinese Communist Party. However, after the crackdown of the June Fourth Incident in 1989, Wen Wei Po completely changed its management approach: the whole editorial team was taken over by mainland China, and it also had a period of time where it was completely self-contained. He believes that Wen Wei Po has become completely “mainland based” and lost. He said “it has been taken over by a group of “uncles” (derogatory term for left-wing people from China ), and all the editors speak Mandarin. "I did not read Wen Wei Pao for over ten years, not to mention you (students) are disappointed by Wen Wei Po; I am also very disappointed," Chau said.
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== It is a good idea to fold up Left Wing Newspapers ==
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== It is a good idea to fold up Left-Wing Newspapers ==
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Chau believe that the Left Wing Newspapers do not have much influencing power nowadays, because there are only are small portion of people still reading it. He thinks there are on existence value on the Left Wing Newspapers anymore and it is a good idea to fold up them. The Chinese Communist Party afraid their points will not be conveyed if these newspapers are being folded up, however, Chau thinks it don’t understand that the circumstances has changed, newspapers is already a dying channel.
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Chau believes that Left Wing-Newspapers do not have much influencing power nowadays, because there are is only a small portion of people still reading them. He thinks there is no existence value for the Left-Wing Newspapers anymore and it is a good idea to fold them up. The Chinese Communist Party is afraid that their points would not be conveyed if these newspapers were to be folded up, however, Chau thinks the Party does not  understand that the circumstances have changed and that newspapers are already a dying channel.
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在2011年11月28日 (一) 05:54的當前修訂版本

Edith Lau November 15, 2011

Wen Wei Po nowadays is heavily inclined to the central government, however, it also voiced out for democracy in its early years. This afternoon, Chau Yick, former Executive Vice President of Wen Wei Po, attended the seminar held by Shue Yan University and said that he is very disappointed with Wen Wei Po, because Wen Wei Po is already lost and “mainland based” (too inclined to follow the mainland China party line).


"Uncle" took over Wen Wei Po

Chau Yick pointed out that Wen Wei Po was highly important before, because it was a very useful channel to let all circles understand the Chinese Communist Party. However, after the crackdown of the June Fourth Incident in 1989, Wen Wei Po completely changed its management approach: the whole editorial team was taken over by mainland China, and it also had a period of time where it was completely self-contained. He believes that Wen Wei Po has become completely “mainland based” and lost. He said “it has been taken over by a group of “uncles” (derogatory term for left-wing people from China ), and all the editors speak Mandarin. "I did not read Wen Wei Pao for over ten years, not to mention you (students) are disappointed by Wen Wei Po; I am also very disappointed," Chau said.

It is a good idea to fold up Left-Wing Newspapers

Chau believes that Left Wing-Newspapers do not have much influencing power nowadays, because there are is only a small portion of people still reading them. He thinks there is no existence value for the Left-Wing Newspapers anymore and it is a good idea to fold them up. The Chinese Communist Party is afraid that their points would not be conveyed if these newspapers were to be folded up, however, Chau thinks the Party does not understand that the circumstances have changed and that newspapers are already a dying channel.

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