The New York Times said its team of digital journalists will head to Seoul. Photo: Warton LiThe New York Times said its team of digital journalists will head to Seoul. Photo: Warton Li
The New York Times said its team of digital journalists will head to Seoul. Photo: Warton Li

New York Times’ partial move from Hong Kong to Seoul sparked by visa denial, sources say, as paper cites worries over national security law

  • Veteran foreign correspondent’s bid for work visa rejected by Hong Kong authorities, sources say
  • Beijing says it is up to the newspaper to decide how to deploy staff, new law will affect very few

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The New York Times said its team of digital journalists will head to Seoul. Photo: Warton LiThe New York Times said its team of digital journalists will head to Seoul. Photo: Warton Li
The New York Times said its team of digital journalists will head to Seoul. Photo: Warton Li
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