When face masks sold out in Hong Kong and people started queuing round the block on the back of rumours that new supplies were available, Jack Lau decided to investigate how to reuse the ones he had.
The FCC closed for two days last month for a “deep cleaning” after a member was confirmed with COVID-19. Kate Whitehead reports.
From taking care of their own health to making sure they get their facts straight in the middle of chaos, reporters on the frontline of the coronavirus story in Hong Kong see no let-up in their workload. Elizabeth Cheung reports.
The Correspondent asked freelance photographer and FCC member May James to look at how coronavirus is changing Hong Kong. After months working on the front line of the city’s protests, she found a very different picture
Like millions of Chinese, Robert Hu and his parents travelled to see their elderly relatives in Hubei province for Chinese New Year. Suddenly he was in lockdown for more than two months.
Steve Raymer’s long-standing role at the National Geographic magazine has taken him all over the world, as shown by the selection on these pages.
Basil Pao’s exhibition documents his time on the set of Bernardo Bertolucci’s cinematic masterpiece.
Go back two years and the media landscape in Cambodia was very different from the pared-down press corps that covers the country’s news today.
The FCC community turned out in full force – and full fancy dress – on March 16, 2019, for the Charity Fundraiser On Assignment: Yesteryear’s Foreign Correspondent.
As Florence de Changy hands over the baton to a new Club President, she recaps on another eventful term for the FCC.
Around a thousand members took part in a survey canvassing ideas for changes they would like to see at the FCC and the masterplan inspired by their answers is now finished. Simon Pritchard, a member of the Club’s House Building Committee, outlines its key points.
This year’s journalism conference brought together editors and correspondents from around the region under the title Enemy of the People? The Dangers of Being a Journalist in 2019.