How suicides are reported in Hong Kong media could have a significant impact on the rate of the deaths, according to an expert at the University of Hong Kong.Thursday, 31 January, 2013, 7:47am 1 comment
Executive Councillor Franklin Lam Fan-keung has decided not to sue Apple Daily for an article that said he was biased against migrants - a claim the paper has admitted was untrue.21 Jan 2013 - 4:59am
The Apple Daily newspaper was recently obliged to issue a front-page apology to executive councillor Franklin Lam Fan-keung, after wrongly claiming that he had admitted discriminating against people from the mainland. In fact, not only was the story not true, it was the exact opposite of what Lam had actually said.7 Jun 2013 - 11:42am 2 comments
It's ironic that just one day after Lynn Xiong Dailin confronted a stalking paparazzo, the model was at the opening of the Lomography exhibition at Times Square talking about how much she enjoyed taking photos.
At the weekend, Xiong was followed by a paparazzo while walking her dog in Stanley with friends.13 Apr 2011 - 12:00am
The Press Council yesterday condemned Oriental Sunday for publishing in January paparazzi photographs of student activist Christina Chan Hau-man in underwear at her Cheung Chau home. The council, which received 49 complaints over the photos, said they infringed her privacy and breached the code of practice. Oriental Sunday, owned by New Media Group, made no response to the judgment.4 Mar 2010 - 12:00am
Each week our two teenagers debate a hot topic. This week ...
Dennis Wu, 17, St Joseph's College
There are constant outcries and complaints from celebrities about not having enough privacy. I'm really put off by such comment.20 Feb 2008 - 12:00am
Barrister Stephen Yam Chi-ming has failed in his bid to win $2 million damages for a report in a Chinese-language newspaper that was found to have defamed him.1 Mar 2006 - 12:00am
Actress Yang Kung-yu has settled a libel suit against a tabloid weekly for an undisclosed sum.
The plaintiff's counsel, Walker Sham, told the Court of First Instance Yang had accepted a substantial sum from the defendants, Sudden Weekly, and its reporter Lam Bik-yeung. In return, the publication did not have to acknowledge any wrongdoing.14 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
A massive backlash against the media in general and the paparazzi in particular is growing as questions over the blame for Princess Diana's death are asked.1 Sep 1997 - 12:00am
Hard-nosed investigative journalism is by no means a copyrighted invention of the modern media. Back in 1887, a reporter called Nellie Bly wanted to find out what went on behind the imposing doors of the New York lunatic asylum, and decided the only way to do it was by subterfuge.30 Jan 1997 - 12:00am