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Thomas Shao: Gossip Magazine Occupied China

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By Liu Min


HKSYU, 26 Feb - Bloomberg Businessweek is going to launch Chinese Edition in Hong Kong. Thomas Shao, the Chairman of Modern Media Group, indicated that Hong Kong need a high level magazine rather than gossip magazines..


Nowadays, the internationalized proceed of Mainland China is faster than Hong Kong and Taiwan. It’s essential to communicate with each other. However, Shao couldn’t find any magazine which is beneficial to the communication but Bloomberg Businessweek.


Shao said, “With international view, high taste, fashion and civism, Bloomberg Businessweek can be a representative of Chinese.”


But today, whether in Mainland or Hong Kong and Taiwan, gossip magazines always occupy the top place of hot sale list.


“It’s woefully and ridiculous that gossip magazines become the main stream media of a country,” said Shao.


Therefore, he thought Hong Kong need Bloomberg Businessweek to provide elites from Greater China to work together. Besides senior journalists, Shao would like to invite college students to join them. In his opinion, it’s worthy to train preeminent students because of they are the future of media.
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