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    Exclamation Biased report in media for Hong Kong

    No one invested in the media want to
    anger the PRC nor the local puppet govt in HK.

    If you want to know about what truly is happening to Hong Kong,
    cut those BBC/CNN/SCMP craps out
    as they hired "Chinese" (as in from China)
    to write Hong Kong news that is unfair to the city state
    and are/have been twisting the facts ---
    read those English blogs from our real Hong Kong Brother sisters instead.

    https://freehongkong.wordpress.com/

    http://badcanto.wordpress.com/

    http://ycc1988.wordpress.com/

    FYR:

    To increasing number of local HK people,
    it is known that local media has biased report in news,
    both in newspaper,TV & Radio,
    painting the PRC & puppet govt white,
    and painting the local pan democratic and related activists black.

    The problem worsen to a state that even SCMP
    and BBC HK correspondence are not giving
    us true unbiased news.

    BBC's HK correspondence is from PRC originally,
    and still very much identify and soft for the PRC's viewpoints.
    Not fully present the views of HK people especially
    about the hatred/clashes between mainlanders and HK people.

    Actually many PRC people penetrated different organizations
    big and small, around the world, twisting things.

    Beware.


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    Can you give an example of a BBC news story which is "painting the PRC & puppet govt white, and painting the local pan democratic and related activists black"?

    Here is a recent story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-23324167 dated 16 July.

    Some quotes:

    Some pro-democracy legislators walked out of the lunch after raising concerns about the pace of democratic reform.
    Many lawmakers submitted letters about political reform or the 4 June 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown to Mr Zhang at the lunch.

    One outspoken legislator, Leung Kwok-hung, wore a T-shirt calling for the release of jailed dissident and Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.

    Formal meetings between top mainland officials and Hong Kong's pro-democracy lawmakers are rare, and many pro-democracy legislators have been banned from entering mainland China in the past.
    The Chinese government has said the next chief executive will be chosen by universal suffrage, but many suspect Beijing will manipulate the rules in order to ensure a loyalist is elected, our correspondent adds.
    On 1 July, tens of thousands of people in Hong Kong took part in a demonstration demanding the right to elect the city's chief executive.

    Hong Kong's top official is currently chosen by a group of 1,200 electors.
    How do you think the story should have been written?
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    sorry but whenever I see "wordpress.com", I smell garbage.

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    BBC's HK coverage is truly objective,
    not truly independent, nor from HK people's view,
    ... thus should not be trusted
    because its correspondent,
    Ms J Liu, identifies herself
    as Hunanese (湖南人) (people of the Hunan Province).
    Though she had emigrated to the US for over 20 years,
    her opinion on Hong Kong is typical Mainland Chinese view.
    (especially the part after 04:12)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVq96gEwUzw


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    Quote Originally Posted by jc1988
    sorry but whenever I see "wordpress.com", I smell garbage.
    may I also add that whenever I see a youtube video inserted in a discussion, I smell garbage too.

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    steffie1 is gary. Or his boyfriend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by steffie1
    BBC's HK coverage is truly objective,
    not truly independent, nor from HK people's view,
    ... thus should not be trusted
    because its correspondent,
    Ms J Liu, identifies herself
    as Hunanese (湖南人) (people of the Hunan Province).
    Though she had emigrated to the US for over 20 years,
    her opinion on Hong Kong is typical Mainland Chinese view.
    (especially the part after 04:12)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVq96gEwUzw

    What you talking about?

    All media businesses has affiliations so in your eyes all media worldwide is not independent.

    You are talking bull shit. I don't trust your crap you are talking.

    Sent from somewhere....

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    Anyone who believes that the nationality of a reporter should be used to determine his objectivity is suspect himself. Troll thread.

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    Waiting for the OP to tell us about the independent news outlet that is beamed directly into their brain from aliens in outer space..

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