press freedom

AAJA Statement on the Expulsion of Three Wall Street Journal Correspondents

The Asian American Journalists Association stands by the three Wall Street Journal correspondents whose press credentials were revoked by the Chinese government on Feb. 19. The Chinese government targeted the Journal’s deputy China bureau chief, Josh Chin, and reporters Chao Deng and Philip Wen, saying the move was punishment for a recent opinion piece published …

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Table for 12 in Hong Kong: HKJA’s Sham Yee-lan and Shirley Yam

For our next Table for 12 dinner this Friday, April 4, we’ve lined up an exclusive, AAJA members-only event with veteran journalists Sham Yee-lan and Shirley Yam. As chair and vice-chair of the Hong Kong Journalists’ Association, they are prominent leaders of a growing movement in support of freedom of the press and an end to violent attacks on members of …

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Table for 12 in Hong Kong: Francis Moriarty of RTHK and FCC press freedom chair

For the next Table for 12 dinner for AAJA members only in Hong Kong, we’ve lined up an exclusive talk with Francis Moriarty, RTHK’s lead political reporter and the FCC’s press freedom chair. Responsible for reporting, analysis and commentary on all branches of government, he was RTHK’s lead reporter covering the 1997 transfer of sovereignty, …

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