The Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
Douglas Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Douglas Wong

The legends of Hong Kong’s Foreign Correspondents’ Club

  • The FCC, which has made Hong Kong its home since 1949 as a canary in China’s coal mine, has been criticised for both malign opposition and craven surrender to Chinese authority here
  • For a city which aspires to continue to be an international financial centre, the FCC’s demise would seem to be an act of self-harm that no authority should knowingly commit

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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