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The Work Works
Transcript of The Work Works
How Andrew Work got inspired
What happens when he goes wrong...
Being the boss, Journalist, Editor of New Works, Mr. Work has lots of pressure if gets some thing wrong or makes a mistake. If in the very unlikely event that it does every thing goes "KAPUT!".For example when someone he previously interviewed has left out some forgotten some vital information the first thing to do is consider whether the information is needed then if so wait till a possible time to ask the interviewee the question or you would be forced to leave it out. Unfortunately some people that couldn't collect absolutely vital information get fired on the spot.
How to find the truth
Video Montage of Andrew Work's interview:
Andrew Work came to Hong Kong at the age at the age of 24 in 1996. He got inspired by Hong Kong. The reason why he got inspired was because Hong Kong has more freedom than other countries.
Before he was a journalist
Mr Work started his life as a politician, however he was interested in biology at university and at school. He started writing newspapers for the New York Times about a year ago, and now he is a journalist, editor and the boss of New Work.
Life as a Journalist
What he does as a journalist is he has to listen to the person and get the information writing your question first and then after that you ask the questions you want when you are interviewing the person then after interviewing he had to type it up and make a story and he told us when he interviewed the german consul general it when front line news after he interviewed the german consul general and when he said about Hong Kong's universal suffrage everyone got mad over his words what the german consul general said.
Us during the talk
Always look around for the truth and find out which parts are false. In interviews, many interviewers will ask follow up questions. For example, why is such and such like this or why do you think this, what caused this? All these questions make the interviewee nervous and tense if he's lying. This makes you think and say 'OK, well he's not talking a lot about this, I wonder why.' Also, sometimes they don't say any comment, which puts a big suspicion in you. Work says that he researches 3 different sources and only puts it in his article if they all fit. Overall, companies need to be very careful of what they put in their news.