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FCC Further Tightens Anti-Virus Restrictions

  FCC Further Tightens Anti-Virus Restrictions        Dear Members: The Hong Kong government is further tightening its anti-virus restrictions; a few new changes affect the FCC. The club will comply with the measures as follows starting Wednesday Dec. 2:                 • Only two people — from four — are allowed at tables in all outlets and the number of guests per member is now limited to …

A Message from the FCC President

Dear FCC Members: This is a bittersweet note to write. I will be leaving Hong Kong in late December, moving to Bloomberg’s Global Business team in New York as a senior editor helping guide our coverage of the U.S. government response to the Covid-19 virus and the vaccine rollout. It has been one of the highlights of my professional life to be president of the FCC for the past 18 months and to serve on …

Mark Thompson Zoom
RTHK One of Many Public Broadcasters Globally Under Pressure: Ex-BBC Head Mark Thompson

With RTHK coming under increasing criticism from the government in recent months, former BBC Director-General and New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson spoke about the challenges facing public broadcasters in Hong Kong and around the world in a Zoom interview with The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong on Tuesday.

Mara Hvistendahl
Investigative Reporter Mara Hvistendahl on Industrial Espionage and U.S.-China Relations

Appearing in a Zoom interview to discuss her second book, author Mara Hvistendahl described a reporting process that took her from China to the Midwestern United States and back as she followed an intriguing legal case that reflected the rise of tensions between the world’s two largest economies.

Experts: Competition and Cooperation Will Define Biden’s Approach to China

President Trump’s ratcheting-up of tensions with China will have lasting effects and won’t be easy to reverse by the incoming Biden administration, according to two Washington-based experts who discussed Sino-U.S. relations in a Zoom event hosted by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong.