Written by: Lin Yingxian
The last update date: 2021-05-06 19:44
After several episodes of the Hong Kong and Taiwan’s ace TV show "The Sound of Music" were picked up, the news stated that the management of Hong Kong and Taiwan would request that "The Sound of Sound" only report on people's livelihood issues in the future, which prompted the producer of the show, Li Xianzhe, to take care of it. Today (6 Day) resign.
It is understood that "The Collection of Clang" has not yet begun to produce reports related to the June 4th and "7.21" incidents, which is different from previous years.
"Hong Kong 01" has inquired about the incident with Radio Hong Kong and is awaiting reply.
▼7.21 Who controls the truth▼
Li Xianzhe is the producer of the Public Affairs Group of TV and Institutional Business of Hong Kong and Taiwan. According to sources, he was told that after a meeting with the management today, he was told that the "Clang Collection" he was responsible for could only report on people's livelihood issues in the future. Resignation.
Looking through the information, "The Clang Collection" will produce special topics related to June 4th every year. In the past two years, it has also produced follow-up reports on the 7.21 incident.
Under the new arrangement, the production of related topics may be stifled, especially now that it is less than a month away from the anniversary of the June 4th Incident. However, it is known that the "Clang" team has not yet begun to produce reports related to the June 4th and "7.21" events.
Li Xianzhe, who resigned today, produced "7.21 Who Controls the Truth" last year. After winning the Jin Yaoru Press Freedom Award earlier, this report was awarded the "Human Rights Journalism Award" today. The award was awarded by the Hong Kong Branch of Amnesty International and Hong Kong. Sponsored by the Journalists Association and the Hong Kong Foreign Journalists Association, the review alleged that the mob armed with weapons attacked passengers and demonstrators indiscriminately in the MTR station at the time of the incident, and praised the work: "Tracking the smallest clues, fearless, and questioning power. Investigation report classic."
▼Cai Yuling, the director of Hong Kong and Taiwan "Clang Collection", reported on 7.21 incident and was convicted of false statement due to license plate search ▼
The report has won many awards, but Cai Yuling, a reporter in charge of the report, was convicted of two crimes of misrepresentation and sentenced to 6,000 yuan for using the license plate to search for the report.
The charge refers to "knowingly making false statements on essential items in order to obtain a certificate under road traffic conditions."
Cai Yuling has appealed the verdict.
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