HKJA chairman Ronson Chan (left) and Chris Yeung at a press conference for the release of the group’s ‘Freedom in Tatters’ report in July. Photo: AFP HKJA chairman Ronson Chan (left) and Chris Yeung at a press conference for the release of the group’s ‘Freedom in Tatters’ report in July. Photo: AFP
HKJA chairman Ronson Chan (left) and Chris Yeung at a press conference for the release of the group’s ‘Freedom in Tatters’ report in July. Photo: AFP

Showdown between Hong Kong security chief, journalist group heats up with call for disclosure of financial records, membership lists

  • Chris Tang, who previously accused the group of ‘infiltrating’ schools, says he is duty bound to ‘cast doubt’ on it amid alleged public concerns
  • But Hong Kong Journalists Association fires back, calling proposed divulging of member rolls a violation of city’s privacy laws

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
HKJA chairman Ronson Chan (left) and Chris Yeung at a press conference for the release of the group’s ‘Freedom in Tatters’ report in July. Photo: AFP HKJA chairman Ronson Chan (left) and Chris Yeung at a press conference for the release of the group’s ‘Freedom in Tatters’ report in July. Photo: AFP
HKJA chairman Ronson Chan (left) and Chris Yeung at a press conference for the release of the group’s ‘Freedom in Tatters’ report in July. Photo: AFP
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