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The challenges facing journalists and photographers covering the Hong Kong protests were discussed by members of the media who have been on the ground since the demonstrations began in June.
The effect of the U.S-China trade war on South East Asia was the topic of discussion at a breakfast briefing featuring a leading economic expert.
Valuable advice on how to cover the Hong Kong protests was given to journalists by a leading legal expert at the FCC.
The Hong Kong Journalists Association has issued the following statement regarding the call for a general strike in Hong Kong on Monday, August 5.
The Hong Kong Journalists Association and the Hong Kong Press Photographers Association issued the following statement over the police targeting of journalists after violence at a protest outside Kwai Chung police station on Tuesday, July 30. www.hkja.org.hk/en/statements/joint-statement-by-hong-kong-press-photographers-association-and-hong-kong-journalists-association/ Amnesty International Hong Kong Amnesty International issues statement over rioting charges Amnesty warns that rioting charges brought against 44 protestors was a “chilling warning” to anyone considering taking part in future protests. www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2019/07/hong-kong-charges-protesters-chilling-warning/ …