(From left): Shirley Yam, vice-president of the Hong Kong Journalists Association; Chris Yeung Kin-hing, chairman of the association; and Professor Clement So York-kee from the school of journalism and communication at Chinese University. Photo: Handout

Press freedom in Hong Kong hits six-year low as public fears Beijing’s influence

  • Members of the public give city’s press freedom an overall score of 45 out of 100
  • Expulsion of journalist Victor Mallet and government banning Hong Kong National Party seen as harmful
Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong

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(From left): Shirley Yam, vice-president of the Hong Kong Journalists Association; Chris Yeung Kin-hing, chairman of the association; and Professor Clement So York-kee from the school of journalism and communication at Chinese University. Photo: Handout
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