Riot police cordon off Chater Garden in Central during a rally in June as reporters and photographers crowd around. Photo: May Tse Riot police cordon off Chater Garden in Central during a rally in June as reporters and photographers crowd around. Photo: May Tse
Riot police cordon off Chater Garden in Central during a rally in June as reporters and photographers crowd around. Photo: May Tse

China’s ministry tells foreign journalists’ club to ‘stop meddling in Hong Kong’ after concerns raised over new police media guidelines

  • Statement accuses Foreign Correspondents’ Club of ‘stirring up trouble’ after it objected to redefinition of press
  • Foreign ministry says there is no ‘absolute freedom of the press anywhere that is above the law’

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Riot police cordon off Chater Garden in Central during a rally in June as reporters and photographers crowd around. Photo: May Tse Riot police cordon off Chater Garden in Central during a rally in June as reporters and photographers crowd around. Photo: May Tse
Riot police cordon off Chater Garden in Central during a rally in June as reporters and photographers crowd around. Photo: May Tse
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