The Hong Kong Journalists’ Association (HKJA) welcomed with caution today the decision to lift a ban on digital-only news outlets attending government events and press conferences.
Minzayar Oo and his assistant Hkun Lat, are Myanmar citizens who were on assignment in Bangladesh for GEO magazine to cover the Rohingya crisis.
The FCCHK calls on the Cambodian government to drop any criminal charges against the publishers and seek a fair resolution of the tax dispute with The Cambodia Daily.
Macau’s Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly Election (CAEAL) has ordered weekly newspaper ‘Plataforma’ to remove from its online edition an interview with a Legislative Assembly candidate.
The four journalists, one from HK01, one from South China Morning Post and two from Apple Daily, were trying to cover the clean-up work in Macau after the enclave was heavily hit by the Severe Typhoon Hato.
The OPCC is disturbed by the levelling, by the Cambodian Government, of a huge tax bill on the Cambodia Daily – a newspaper published since 1993.
The FCCC is concerned by reports that foreign journalists in Shenyang covering the death of Nobel Peace laureate, Liu Xiaobo, have been harassed and intimidated by plainclothes security officers.