An RTHK interview with WHO assistant director general Dr Bruce Aylward has sparked controversy after he was pressed on the health organisation’s stance on Taiwan. Photo: ScreengrabAn RTHK interview with WHO assistant director general Dr Bruce Aylward has sparked controversy after he was pressed on the health organisation’s stance on Taiwan. Photo: Screengrab
An RTHK interview with WHO assistant director general Dr Bruce Aylward has sparked controversy after he was pressed on the health organisation’s stance on Taiwan. Photo: Screengrab

Hong Kong broadcaster accused of breaching ‘one-China principle’ after reporter presses WHO official on Taiwan membership

  • Commerce ministry statement suggests RTHK is failing to abide by its governing charter, something the broadcaster has denied
  • The station was just last month attacked by a top police official over comedy sketches that aired on its satire programme ‘Headliner’
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An RTHK interview with WHO assistant director general Dr Bruce Aylward has sparked controversy after he was pressed on the health organisation’s stance on Taiwan. Photo: ScreengrabAn RTHK interview with WHO assistant director general Dr Bruce Aylward has sparked controversy after he was pressed on the health organisation’s stance on Taiwan. Photo: Screengrab
An RTHK interview with WHO assistant director general Dr Bruce Aylward has sparked controversy after he was pressed on the health organisation’s stance on Taiwan. Photo: Screengrab
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