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HKJA sternly clarify Ta Kung Pao articles

Ta Kung Pao published an article on their page A14, titled as ‘Paying Students to Protest with Money, wicked U.S and U.K disrupted Hong Kong’. The article said that ‘NED kept close contact with the likes of Hong Kong Journalists Association, Civic Party, Labour Party and Democratic Party through branches

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Violence against Epoch Times is assault on the Press

According to Epoch Times, a female reporter of their newspaper was attacked with a baseball bat near her home today (11/5) and was injured.  HKJA expresses anger over the incident, strongly condemns the violence against the media, and urges the police to seriously investigate and follow up, to bring the

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HKJA regrets the false report of Ta Kung Pao

The Hong Kong Journalists Association originally planned to hold a documentary screening and sharing session this Saturday (April 24) for members. “Ta Kung Pao” published an “anonymous revelation” report today to discredit the event as an “underground screening.” The report not only misreported the broadcast location, but also falsely claimed

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HKJA strongly opposes Government’s proposal to tighten company registry search and demands immediate withdrawal

The government has tightened a number of registry searches in the name of “protecting privacy”, severely undermine freedom of the press. According to the document submitted to the Legislative Council by the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (hereinafter referred to as the “document”), without comprehensive consultation with all sectors

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CEDB released the review report suggested to strengthen RTHK governance HKJA expressed concern over the likely loss of editorial autonomy

The Government today released the Governance & Management of Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) Review Report and outlined the major findings and recommendations on improvement measures. RTHK is not only a government department, a public broadcaster, but also a radio station that serves Hong Kong people. Editorial autonomy is, therefore, extremely

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