Reader's of Toronto's Chinese daily get a distorted view of life in GTA, study

April Lindgren, an assistant professor at Ryerson Journalism School, takes a hard look at local news coverage in Ming Pao, one of the largest ethnic newspapers in Toronto. As The Link's Toronto correspondent Lyne-Francoise Pelletier tells us, the study discovers the content of the Chinese daily paper suffers not only from a lack of local news but also from a diversity of topics.

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