Fiona Tam

Fiona Tam is a journalist based in Guangdong, writing a mixture of breaking news and in-depth reports. She has worked for the SCMP since January 2008, covering a wide range of topics including human rights, current affairs, Chinese labour, social welfare, disasters, technology and environment. Ms Tam has won two European Commission's Lorenzo Natali Prize and three Hong Kong News Awards.
Fiona Tam
Fiona Tam is a journalist based in Guangdong, writing a mixture of breaking news and in-depth reports. She has worked for the SCMP since January 2008, covering a wide range of topics including human rights, current affairs, Chinese labour, social welfare, disasters, technology and environment. Ms Tam has won two European Commission's Lorenzo Natali Prize and three Hong Kong News Awards.

Latest from Fiona Tam

Young tech entrepreneurs from the West head to China
Mainland avant-garde playwright Meng Jinghui goes mainstream
Shenzhen is a starting point for bands trying to make it on the mainland
Smile, you're on comrade camera
The family that skates together ...
Cool customers
10 Dec 2007 - 12:00AM
Cool customers
Pig farmer rode to success on the back of building boom
Cheap labour dries up, workers get picky
Officials implicated in alleged scam by Guangzhou developer
Higher fuel costs, tolls pressure coach drivers
New Year TV gala becomes fund-raiser
High cost of holiday travel hits migrants
PLA no match for Mother Nature
31 Jan 2008 - 12:00AM
PLA no match for Mother Nature
New row shapes up over rice dumplings
Shutdown affects Shenzhen food prices
No health fears as diners seek wild game on thriving black market
Study to plan for future of border zone
Million to be trained to fight labour shortage
Tuen Mun incinerator would put us at risk, say Shenzhen residents
Guangdong media keeps public in the dark on island poll
1,000 teachers in pay protest
7 Mar 2008 - 12:00AM
1,000 teachers in pay protest
Time needed for crossing to realise its full potential
Life sentence for ATM withdrawal cut to five years
The growing pains of  an 'overnight city'
No sign of deadly flu attack: experts
Starfruit in Shenzhen 'not life-threatening'
Shenzhen officials to adopt new mindset
Guangdong chief cites bars to growth
Freed child slaves refuse to go home
Shenzhen calls for right to pilot national reforms