Political cartoonist and assistant professor of the School of Visual Arts of Baptist University Huang Zhaoda mentioned in the cartoon of Ming Pao today (17) that some students who participated in the juvenile police report spread fake news.
The police refuted the unreasonable allegations of the cartoons at night, expressing strong dissatisfaction, criticizing "to be a good example of others, and should have the spirit of seeking truth...but they used the newspaper platform to make groundless accusations for no reason," and wrote to Huang Zhaoda to ask for clarification.
The comics describe being a campus reporter "you can pretend to be a reporter and do whatever you want."
The six-frame cartoon was published in the "Jing Ji Ge Ge" column of the D5 edition of the Ming Pao Supplement. Two students mentioned extracurricular activities and one participated in campus reporters. They were questioned by their classmates that "you can pretend to be a reporter and do whatever you want." The "campus reporter" questioned the statement. How come, his classmate replied: "Don't know, the juvenile police report is coming out of friend!"
The police said on Facebook that the allegations of the comics were unreasonable and expressed strong dissatisfaction and concern. They mentioned that fake news was flooded during the anti-revision period. The police force and the whole society, especially young people, suffered greatly. Huang Zhaoda, as a university professor, "is human Teacher Biao, should shoulder the spirit of seeking truth... But he used the newspaper platform to make unfounded accusations, denigrating and discrediting the Junior Police members," the police felt very helpless and regretful. They have sent a letter to Huang Zhaoda requesting a column in the newspaper. Clarify it to face up.
Huang Zhaoda has closed his Facebook comic page earlier, and told the media that after the implementation of the "Hong Kong National Security Law", "everything you feel safe may not be safe", self-censorship is inevitable when creating, and high-risk content will not be mentioned again. .
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