Chris Yeung, chairman of Hong Kong Journalists Association, says press freedom in the city is the worst in 30 years. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong’s press freedom hits record low, amid fears of uncertainty over national security law

  • Press freedom in the city is the worst in 30 years, Hong Kong Journalists Association chairman Chris Yeung says
  • He hopes the Hong Kong government will assure that the security law will not be used against reporters
Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Chris Yeung, chairman of Hong Kong Journalists Association, says press freedom in the city is the worst in 30 years. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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