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The Gutting of Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster
May 25, 2021

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
December 19, 2020

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
November 11, 2020

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.

Is Press Freedom Dying in Hong Kong?
September 25, 2020

Is Press Freedom Dying in Hong Kong?

By Jason Hung
New restrictions on police-recognized press accreditations raise the specter of hand-picked media coverage.

Report: Hong Kong Human Rights Situation Worst Since 1997
January 11, 2017

Report: Hong Kong Human Rights Situation Worst Since 1997

By Cal Wong
According to Amnesty International, Hong Kong's human rights are at their lowest ebb since the return to Chinese rule.

Crackdown on Hong Kong's Dissident Publications Continues
July 27, 2016

Crackdown on Hong Kong's Dissident Publications Continues

By Cal Wong
Two more journalists from Hong Kong are convicted of illegal business operations.

‘Mighty Current’: Beijing’s Creeping Control over Hong Kong Media
April 29, 2016

‘Mighty Current’: Beijing’s Creeping Control over Hong Kong Media

By Madeline Earp
The buyout of SCMP, and the 'disappearance' of 5 Hong Kong booksellers, are signs of Beijing's growing reach.
What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve
December 05, 2014

What Hong Kong Occupy Could Achieve

By Stratos Pourzitakis
The protestors may not win genuine universal suffrage for 2017, but they may do something even more important.

Hong Kong: Two Systems, One Country?
March 08, 2014

Hong Kong: Two Systems, One Country?

By Samson Yuen and Kitty Ho
The stabbing of a former news editor is a symptom of a broader squeeze on the city’s freedoms.

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