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Spokesman Always Tells the Truth

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By Liu Min


HKSYU, 02 Apr - Living in a information era, we should take advantage of social media to make effective communication with public, said Scott Robinson, the assistant public affairs officer of U.S. Consulate General.


With the development of society, public are no longer satisfied with being informed by the spokesman of government now. They are seeking a more effective and quicker way to get information and give feedback. Therefor, social media becomes one of the most appropriate tools.


“We get direct feedback from social media. But sometimes, we get negative comments,” said Robinson.


He indicated that making use of feedback is quit significant. And the downward comments spur the government on to be more acceptable because they can not control the message in social media.


As a spokesperson of U.S. Consulate, Robinson said it is not a easy job. His position is sharing information with media and public as open as possible. Besides, be responsible is necessary. He is expected to tell the truth always and correct mistakes immediately. Last but not least, assume that everything he says and writes using digital media is on the record, which is a useful way to r
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