Hong Kong’s Storied FCC Learns its Place
Foreign Correspondents Club buckles to Beijing
For more than seven decades the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong has proclaimed itself not just a social club for journalists and others but a pillar of the free press in Asia, regularly denouncing governments around the region that shut down media and jail journalists, often providing a forum for defenestrated journalists, government officials…
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