Kevin Carrico, who teaches Chinese history, contemporary Chinese society and both ancient history and modern history at Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, was trailed by Wen Wei Po reporters on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Picture: Matthew Abbott Kevin Carrico, who teaches Chinese history, contemporary Chinese society and both ancient history and modern history at Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, was trailed by Wen Wei Po reporters on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Picture: Matthew Abbott
Kevin Carrico, who teaches Chinese history, contemporary Chinese society and both ancient history and modern history at Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, was trailed by Wen Wei Po reporters on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Picture: Matthew Abbott

China scholar Kevin Carrico on being followed in Hong Kong by reporters from pro-Beijing newspaper

The Australia-based American academic, who has researched tensions between Hong Kong and mainland China, as well as the city’s independence movement, speculates why tabloid Wen Wei Po might be interested in his movements

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Kevin Carrico, who teaches Chinese history, contemporary Chinese society and both ancient history and modern history at Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, was trailed by Wen Wei Po reporters on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Picture: Matthew Abbott Kevin Carrico, who teaches Chinese history, contemporary Chinese society and both ancient history and modern history at Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, was trailed by Wen Wei Po reporters on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Picture: Matthew Abbott
Kevin Carrico, who teaches Chinese history, contemporary Chinese society and both ancient history and modern history at Macquarie University, in Sydney, Australia, was trailed by Wen Wei Po reporters on a recent visit to Hong Kong. Picture: Matthew Abbott
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