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

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