The move against Chinese journalists in the US is the latest in a series of measures both countries have taken targeting each other’s correspondents. Pictured, a press conference at the State Department in Washington on April 29. Photo: Reuters The move against Chinese journalists in the US is the latest in a series of measures both countries have taken targeting each other’s correspondents. Pictured, a press conference at the State Department in Washington on April 29. Photo: Reuters
The move against Chinese journalists in the US is the latest in a series of measures both countries have taken targeting each other’s correspondents. Pictured, a press conference at the State Department in Washington on April 29. Photo: Reuters

Chinese journalists’ lives and work disrupted by the latest US visa restrictions

  • New rules limiting visas will affect all mainland reporters regardless of whether they work for Chinese state media
  • The restrictions, expected to affect more than 500 reporters, will limit journalists’ stay to three months, with extensions possible

Topic |   US-China relations
The move against Chinese journalists in the US is the latest in a series of measures both countries have taken targeting each other’s correspondents. Pictured, a press conference at the State Department in Washington on April 29. Photo: Reuters The move against Chinese journalists in the US is the latest in a series of measures both countries have taken targeting each other’s correspondents. Pictured, a press conference at the State Department in Washington on April 29. Photo: Reuters
The move against Chinese journalists in the US is the latest in a series of measures both countries have taken targeting each other’s correspondents. Pictured, a press conference at the State Department in Washington on April 29. Photo: Reuters
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