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Press Freedom is Precious

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Press Freedom is Precious

Hong Kong reporters should pay an effort on protecting the freedom of the press, said the senior jounralist yesterday at an university talk.


Fion Au


Not only reporters in the mainland, but also Hong Kong journalists had a raising fears that press freedom was eroded. James Pomfret, South China Correspondent of Reuters, commented the event of Incident of Vice-Premier Li Keqiang, who visited the University of Hong Kong in August. He opinioned the government made a great fault as it was too serious in self-cencorship.


"I understand the dissatifaction of the Hong Kong Journalists Association. But the journalists ought to remind themselves that "Never give up", when facing the strike from the government. All of the journalists should pay effort on protecting the freedom of the press, as we have the right to monitor and censor government's work."


It is sure that China's status is increasing in the world. However, numerous China journalists were afraid of making news stories with some sensitive topics, which might be pronibited by China government. In James' opinion, being a leader, China should take the resposibility to respect freedom of the press in reporting. China should make sure that the civil rights law or freedom of speech were not be violated. Otherwise, the reputation of China would be hurt.


When he went to Wuhan to collect the stories for news, some investigation detective might monitor him. "Actually, I have not experienced in any pressure when I am reporting in the mainland. The working environment of reporters is not bad, but may be since I am woring in the big organization," said James. He also suggested the journalists should report the news in a balance and objective way.


--105013 2011年12月13日 (二) 20:18 (UTC)

[A well written article, but lacks cohesion between your words and the headline.]

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