It is no secret that the press in Vietnam is state-controlled, with journalists effectively barred from criticising the government. Recent reforms have since allowed journalists in Vietnam to cover a broader range of social and economic issues. Dr Richard Stanton, a lecturer at the University of Sydney, recently went to Vietnam for two weeks, training print and broadcast journalists in Hanoi and Saigon. He spoke about the differences between Australian and Vietnamese journalists.

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