The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong on July 7 noted the statement by Chief Executive Carrie Lam at a press conference before the Executive Council meeting in which she answered questions about the new National Security Law.
On 24 June, the FCC wrote an open letter to the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, the Hon Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, urgently seeking clarification of the potential impact of the pending national security law on the city’s media including foreign correspo …
The letter seeks clarification of the potential impact of the pending national security law on the city’s media including foreign correspondents, and on the broader implications for press freedom.
A new survey conducted by the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) and released June 19 showed that an overwhelming majority of journalists in Hong Kong worry about their personal safety if the new national security law is enacted.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club Hong Kong deplores the guilty verdict against Rappler CEO and executive Maria Ressa and its former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos on cyber libel charges.
A delegation from the FCC board led by club president Jodi Schneider met representatives of the police public relations branch at police headquarters on June 2 to discuss the situation for reporters on the ground in the light of new police tactics. To …
The FCC Hong Kong wishes to express its solidarity with journalists in the United States who are facing attacks from both protesters and police while covering the current demonstrations.