The Chinese government is using “visas as weapons” against foreign journalists on an unprecedented scale amid a marked deterioration in working conditions for international media, the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China (FCCC) says in its annual report.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China expresses its deep concern and strong condemnation over China’s decision to cancel the visas of three foreign correspondents from the Wall Street Journal’s Beijing bureau.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, condemns the expulsion of three Wall Street Journal staff from China over the publication of an opinion column.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong expresses grave concern at the Hong Kong government’s decision to bar Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, from entering the territory.
This op-ed on press freedom in Hong Kong, written by the club’s president, Jodi Schneider, will appear in the print edition of the LA Times on December 20.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong condemns the efforts by police officers to obstruct press coverage of protests over the weekend, particularly during a tense and violent standoff at Polytechnic University. The FCC considers this a serious …
News organisations and their journalists must be able to work in Hong Kong free of fear of attack and intimidation, which is essential to preserving freedom of the press.