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Journalists are Not Righted in China

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Journalists are Not (Righted) in China (((find a different word or way of saying this)))

Reporter:--095124 楊秀文 YEUNG, SAU MAN 2011年12月13日 (二) 23:23 (UTC)


China gains power but loses her reputation in journalism.

James Pomfret, a journalist from Reuters, witnessed the growth of economy on China. But he said he “regretted to see the openness of journalism in China”.

China has increased her national status and became one of the leaders in global economy. This is already a fact. “But this new superpower refused to the reporting of journalism and kept her transparency as low as possible. This makes journalists harder to cover China news,” Pomfret said. ((good))

Like other civilized countries, Pomfret said China should maintain human rights. “At least people have right to know what is going on nearby. Then they depend on us,” he said.

He continued,” China should consider the right of protection and rule of law are important to her business and economy. Officials have to give journalists support and protection so that they can do good coverage on China news.”

Pomfret added the right of protection to journalist and rule of law on reporting are obligations of a country. “Every country should fulfill these obligations and create a great environment for journalist,” he said. “At least do not let officials chasing journalists down and trying to keep us up.” (((good job...gets a bit longwinded towards the end, but otherwise pretty strong)))

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