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Newspaper can still survive in Hong Kong

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(新頁面: {| width="400" border="0" |- | bgcolor="#FFFFCC" | <div align="right">Philip Choy </div> |- | <div align="justify"> Reported by Philip Choy Most people believed that printed newsp…)
 
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Most people believed that printed newspaper is going to the end because of the huge impact of the online newspapers and free daily newspapers. Ngai Kai Kwong, the Chief Editor of Sing Pao Daily News think that the Hong Kong traditional newspapers still can have its own market because of the tourists from the mainland China.  
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Ngai Kai Kwong, the chief editor of Sing Pao Daily News, said that despite the threat of online news and free dailies, Hong Kong traditional newspapers still can have its own market because of the tourists from the mainland China.  

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Reported by Philip Choy


Ngai Kai Kwong, the chief editor of Sing Pao Daily News, said that despite the threat of online news and free dailies, Hong Kong traditional newspapers still can have its own market because of the tourists from the mainland China.


People from mainland China are willing to pay money for buying a Hong Kong Newspaper because there is a great different between newspapers in mainland China and that in Hong Kong, said by Ngai.


--105099 Choy Wang Kit 2013年2月19日 (二) 17:25 (UTC)

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