Hong Kong: Broken promises
We look at the erosion of free speech, the squeeze on civil liberties and stringent laws controlling political expression in Hong Kong.
Twenty-four years since Britain handed Hong Kong back to China, the city has undergone a transformation. In recent years, Beijing has intensified the silencing of political dissent and the squeezing of media freedom – through new laws drawn up in the name of security, the jailing of critics, and the reigning in of adversarial journalism.
Chris Yeung – Chairperson, Hong Kong Journalists Association
Bao Choy – Freelance journalist, RTHK
Linda Wong – Journalist, Citizen News
Keith Richburg – Journalism and Media Studies Centre, Hong Kong University; president, Foreign Correspondents Club
Holden Chow – Vice chairman, Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong
Hong Kong: The assault on free speech
Three Hong Kongers talk about the shrinking space for freedom in their city, and the way it has affected their lives and work.
Lee Cheuk-yan – Founder, June 4th Museum
Wong Kei Kwan (Zunzi) – Political cartoonist
Nathan Law – Democracy activist