- What is your motivation for being a journalist?
- What are your core values?
- What have you defended?
- Have you ever received a gift of more than US$18 from a consortium or any interviewee?
- Have you ever deliberately reported an unimportant story because of a favor?
- Have you ever refrained from reporting an important story because of outside pressure?
- Have you ever been afraid to express your opinion because of the pressure of public opinion or the Internet Water Army?
- Have you ever been instructed by an official to change the direction of a story?
- Have you ever used your pen to serve a specific political party or political figure?
- Have you ever written with personal grudges in mind?
- Have you ever given in to or pandered to values of interest or influence to you?
A large number are flocking to the Eat News for quality news every day, and readers in Taiwan, United States, United Kingdom, India, Japan, France, Pakistan, China, Malaysia and more, now support us financially.
In these chaotic, perilous times, an independent, truth-seeking news organisation like the Eat News is essential. We believe everyone deserves access to trustworthy information. That’s why we choose to keep our reporting open for all readers, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.
The Eat News has no shareholders or billionaire owner, meaning our journalism is free from influence and vested interests – this makes us different. Our editorial independence and autonomy allows us to provide fearless investigations and analysis of those with political and commercial power. We can give a voice to the oppressed and neglected, and help bring about a brighter, fairer future.
If there were ever a time to join us, it is now. You have the power to support us through these volatile economic times and enable our journalism to reach more people, in all countries.
Every contribution, however big or small, makes a difference. Support the Eat News for better reporting.Support the Eat News ➔