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Award-winning Hong Kong Journalist Wins Appeal in Rare Court Ruling Upholding Media Freedom

Award-winning Hong Kong Journalist Wins Appeal in Rare Court Ruling Upholding Media Freedom

By Kanis Leung
Bao Choy was found guilty in April 2021 of deceiving the government by getting vehicle ownership records for journalistic purposes.

Another News Site Shuts in Hong Kong

Another News Site Shuts in Hong Kong

By Huizhong Wu and Zen Soo
Beijing’s crackdown on dissent in the former British colony has led to the closure of independent news outlets and the removal of monuments to dissent.
Hong Kong Police Raid Pro-Democracy News Outlet, Arrest 6

Hong Kong Police Raid Pro-Democracy News Outlet, Arrest 6

By Associated Press
Stand News was one of the most vocal pro-democracy news outlets in Hong Kong after the closure of the newspaper Apple Daily in June.

Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege

Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege

By Angeli Datt
As the world celebrates journalists, this year's Nobel Peace Prize recipients, Hong Kong silences the media.

Apple Daily Stays Alive in Taiwan After Closure in Hong Kong

Apple Daily Stays Alive in Taiwan After Closure in Hong Kong

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan also recalled its diplomats from Hong Kong last weekend after city officials forced them to support Beijing’s “one China” claim.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

The Gutting of Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster

The Gutting of Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster

By Sarah Cook
A government takeover of Radio Television Hong Kong has far-reaching implications.

What Apple Daily Means for Hong Kong

What Apple Daily Means for Hong Kong

By Jessie Lau
The crackdown on Apple Daily and Jimmy Lai is the culmination of a decades-long saga that encapsulates the broader struggle for press freedom in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster Under Siege

Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster Under Siege

By Jessie Lau
The arrest of a freelance journalist in connection with her work on an investigation is just the latest challenge to RTHK’s reporting.

Hong Kong Newspaper Raided, Tycoon Detained Under New National Security Law

Hong Kong Newspaper Raided, Tycoon Detained Under New National Security Law

By Associated Press
Jimmy Lai, a long-time critic of the CCP, was arrested and his group’s offices raided in the first time the new law was used to target media.

How to 'Rewrite the Hong Kong Story'

How to 'Rewrite the Hong Kong Story'

By Shannon Tiezzi
An interview with Christine Loh and Richard Cullen on their new book.

Is Carrie Lam Hong Kong's Next Leader? The Media Seems to Think So.

Is Carrie Lam Hong Kong's Next Leader? The Media Seems to Think So.

By Cal Wong
The media seems to be following perceived wisdom that Lam is Beijing's top choice for Hong Kong chief executive.
Hong Kong Ombudsman: Government Should Stop Stonewalling Digital News Outlets

Hong Kong Ombudsman: Government Should Stop Stonewalling Digital News Outlets

By Cal Wong
The government's treatment of digital-only media outlets is criticized.

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