Australian journalist Matthew Carney, former head of the ABC’s China bureau, has said he and his family were subjected to threats and interrogation in 2018. Photo: Handout Australian journalist Matthew Carney, former head of the ABC’s China bureau, has said he and his family were subjected to threats and interrogation in 2018. Photo: Handout
Australian journalist Matthew Carney, former head of the ABC’s China bureau, has said he and his family were subjected to threats and interrogation in 2018. Photo: Handout

Letters | When China targets foreign reporters, it hurts its own image

  • If the Chinese government wants to hide its perceived flaws, suppressing foreign media is hardly the way to go about it as this can easily have the opposite effect

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Australian journalist Matthew Carney, former head of the ABC’s China bureau, has said he and his family were subjected to threats and interrogation in 2018. Photo: Handout Australian journalist Matthew Carney, former head of the ABC’s China bureau, has said he and his family were subjected to threats and interrogation in 2018. Photo: Handout
Australian journalist Matthew Carney, former head of the ABC’s China bureau, has said he and his family were subjected to threats and interrogation in 2018. Photo: Handout
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