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Leftist publication seeks news autonomy

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Natalie Yuen
By Natalie Yuen
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'''Leftist media with China background gain antipathy locally for their selective news inclusion mechanism; however  Candy Lo, Deputy Chief Editor of Hong Kong China News Agency (HKCNA) said they are moving footsteps towards objective reporting.
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'''A China news agency seen as a government mouthpiece is, in fact, moving step-by-step towards objective reporting, said Deputy Chief Editor Candy Lo in defense of Hong Kong China News Agency (CNA).
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Since the train accident happened last year in Wenzhou, an internally-distributed notice leaked out from the mainland saying that any news gathering on the case other than those from official press were forbidden and publications were required to issue the same entire piece of reporting generated from the official media, citizens start to question the credibility of these leftist agencies.
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When the train accident happened last year in Wenzhou, an internally-distributed notice leaked out from the mainland saying that any news gathering on the case other than those from the official press was forbidden. Publications were required to issue the entire piece of reporting generated from the official media. Since then, citizens have questioned the credibility of mainland media.
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Facing the fact that China is still intervening the working procedure in newsrooms, Lo expressed surety in attaining self-determination in news when attending a talk she had with Journalism Majors from Shue Yan University yesterday.  
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Lo acknowledges that China still intervenes in newsrooms, but she expressed optimism that it could change, during a talk with journalism majors at Shue Yan University yesterday.  
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'To be frank, we cover none of these sensitive issues like the annual candlelit vigil on June 4 in the past but we have been starting to make changes five years ago,' said Lo.
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"To be frank, we cover none of these sensitive issues like the annual candlelit vigil on June 4 in the past but we have been starting to make changes five years ago," said Lo.
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During the Q & A session, Lo was challenged by a student who insisted with proofs that HKCNA had been following official guidelines in reporting Li Wangyang incident, she evaded the issue but added that HKCNA would be fighting for more independency in reporting and a choice to offer a full picture with varies angles for readers to interpret how the story goes for the news coming afterwards.  
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During the Q & A session, Lo was challenged by a student who asked for evidence that CNA had been following official guidelines in reporting the Li Wangyang incident.  
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' As long as mainland is enhancing her openness and transparency, I am sure, we leftist would strike hard to be more autonomous and I got the faith that something could surely be achieved, ' Lo said.
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Lo evaded the issue but added that CNA would be fighting for more independency in reporting and a choice to offer a full picture with varies angles for readers to interpret how the story goes for the news coming afterwards.
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' As long as the mainland is enhancing openness and transparency, I am sure, we would strike hard to be more autonomous and I have faith that something could surely be achieved, ' Lo said.

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By Natalie Yuen

A China news agency seen as a government mouthpiece is, in fact, moving step-by-step towards objective reporting, said Deputy Chief Editor Candy Lo in defense of Hong Kong China News Agency (CNA).

When the train accident happened last year in Wenzhou, an internally-distributed notice leaked out from the mainland saying that any news gathering on the case other than those from the official press was forbidden. Publications were required to issue the entire piece of reporting generated from the official media. Since then, citizens have questioned the credibility of mainland media.

Lo acknowledges that China still intervenes in newsrooms, but she expressed optimism that it could change, during a talk with journalism majors at Shue Yan University yesterday.

"To be frank, we cover none of these sensitive issues like the annual candlelit vigil on June 4 in the past but we have been starting to make changes five years ago," said Lo.

During the Q & A session, Lo was challenged by a student who asked for evidence that CNA had been following official guidelines in reporting the Li Wangyang incident.

Lo evaded the issue but added that CNA would be fighting for more independency in reporting and a choice to offer a full picture with varies angles for readers to interpret how the story goes for the news coming afterwards.

' As long as the mainland is enhancing openness and transparency, I am sure, we would strike hard to be more autonomous and I have faith that something could surely be achieved, ' Lo said.

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