Sir David Tang and Club President Neil Western (Centre), with Board members (left to right) Elaine Pickering, Tara Joseph, Florence De Changy, Simon Pritchard, and past President Douglas Wong. Sir David entertained a full house over lunch with his frank insights on the future of Hong Kong, with the FCC’s video post of the lunch going viral on social media with almost 10,000 views on YouTube the following day.
The FCC’s new General Manager reveals some of his plans for the club.
The FCC has adopted K3 as its charity for the next two years, helping refugees and asylum-seekers to get their children into kindergarten – and stay there. Joyce Lau reports.
However much support journalists are given in conflict zones, they are still the ones who come face-to-face with danger on a daily basis. A freelancer and a bureau chief tell The Correspondent how they live with risk.
News organisations are getting better at preparing journalists, photographers and support staff for working in dangerous situations, writes Eric Wishart.