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Do people read newspapers where you live?
Without a doubt, reading the news has remained one of the most common morning routines among grownups. In an ever-changing world, it’s critical to stay on top of what’s going on. Carefree young people, however, are not particularly keen on newspapers whether they’re paper-based or Internet-based. Checking updates on their social media accounts seems more relevant and engrossing for them.
Do people in Vietnam prefer local or international news?
Well, I have no strong feelings one way or the other. The Internet has transformed the world into a global village and the physical boundary between what is “local” and “international” has become blurred. People might read news of popular American singers and feel the same as reading about some celebrities in Vietnam. There are exceptions of course. Peasants in far-flung areas tend to pay attention only to local events, I mean what’s happening in their villages rather than global sensational stories or breaking headlines.
Do you think local news is more important than international news?
It depends really. Export business owners might place greater emphasis on global phenomena while farmers tend to focus their attention on local news. Personally, I believe both sources of news are equally crucial since the world is becoming increasingly interconnected and interdependent. For example, during the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s critical for residents in a certain country or city to be fully aware of ongoing situations in other areas in order to take appropriate measures.
Are there any differences between the news reported today and in the past?
Well, it’s obvious that today’s news programs tend to cover a much wider range of topics. Several decades ago, political issues, technological breakthroughs and major international events used to be in the spotlight but these days, even a celebrity’s daily activity can make a headline. Another significant development can be seen in reporting methods. Long ago, people could only learn about what was going on in other countries through radios, TV and newspapers. Today, anyone can become a news reporter by posting clips, photos and stories on social media. Thanks to new platforms and cutting-edge technologies, real-time news or live news are no longer out of the question.
Do you think today’s news is more reliable than in the past?
I’m afraid I disagree. On the one hand, the communication system in our modern society seems more open than ever, which might force news agencies and reporters to respect the truth. However, a considerable number of individuals and businesses these days appear to be so obsessed with making money that they tend to bend the truth or, worse, circulate fake news. All in all, I think it’s wise to always take any news or information with a grain of salt.