Welcome to the FCC’s new website!
We are delighted that you’ve come to visit, and hope the site highlights all the best the FCC has to offer: from our world-class speaker events, to our close watch on press freedom issues and all the many wonderful happenings at 2 Lower Albert Road.
For years to come, we hope that you will find www.fcchk.org an important resource on the state of the press and news-related issues in the region, and that you will continue reveling in our in-house updates from “The Correspondent.”
The website’s new features include a scrolling Twitter feed (follow us @FCCHK!), a public correspondents and journalists directory, and easier-to-find archives of our speaker events. For our members, please take the time to create a login: you’ll see that we’ve introduced a member directory function, while we also aim to build this as an online platform for improved communications and interaction.
The unveiling of this site is a culmination of months of work from the tireless staff at the front office, the exceptional team at Asiapix and our website re-designers BlueCurrent, along with the dedicated and passionate members that have served on the Communications Committee and board of governors for the past few years.
We are proud of all their contributions and thank everyone for their efforts.
Enjoy exploring our club’s new digital home!
Angie Lau, Juliana Liu and Natasha Khan
Communications Committee Co-Conveners, 2015-2016
The Human Rights Press Awards are run by the FCC, Amnesty International Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Journalists Association. The 22nd annual awards will be judged in the coming weeks and the awards ceremony held on May 12, 2018. Click here for more details.