Members of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong held a silent protest on September 18 to highlight the club’s concern over the increasing limits to media access and violence against journalists covering the ongoing protests in the city.
Members will hold a silent protest outside the FCC on Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 6:00 p.m. to show our concern about increasing limits to media access and violence against journalists covering the Hong Kong protests. We’ll gather under the banner “Yes to …
The FCC expresses grave concern over multiple eyewitness reports and widely circulating video footage that appear to show police officers spraying pepper spray at close range.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China has issued the following statement on the expulsion of Wall Street Journal reporter Chun Han Wong from China.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China has warned that journalists travelling between Hong Kong and China risk being detained and having their digital devices searched. “Journalists travelling through Beijing and Shenzhen have been …
We call on protesters to respect the right under Hong Kong law of journalists, regardless of nationality or news organisation, to cover events free from intimidation or violence.
Read our open letter to Commissioner Stephen Lo outlining the club’s concerns over the deterioration in relations between the police and media since the onset of the anti-extradition bill protests in June.