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RSF East Asia
The East Asia Bureau of defender Reporters without Borders covers China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, North Korea, South Korea and Mongolia.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Aug 20
Replying to @pressfreedom
Journalists in tell CPJ that out of fear of government surveillance they have stopped using the Chinese version of the iCloud since Apple announced this year it would store data locally to comply with Chinese law.
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Institute of Asian Studies (IAS) Aug 20
Media coverage of and -China summits by media in and Central Europe show a striking narrative convergence. To find out more about the main themes covered by 🇨🇳, 🇸🇰 & 🇨🇿 , check out the lates issue of Chinese Media Watch.
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RSF East Asia Aug 19
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RSF East Asia Aug 16
. supports the unprecedented countermove from almost 350 news outlets denouncing US President Donald Trump’s dirty war against the free press. In Asia, we shall resist strongmen who systematically attack journalists too.
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RSF East Asia Aug 14
RSF decries China’s attempt to intimidate the from inviting the pro-independence advocate to speak at a luncheon. The event took place anyway, but the club’s website is the victim of a cyber attack.
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The Guardian Aug 13
Gui Minhai: doctors visit kidnapped Hong Kong bookseller in China
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Jojje Olsson Aug 13
A Swedish doctor was allowed to visit and examine Gui Minhai today, confirms:
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Hong Kong Free Press Aug 9
Public broadcaster RTHK bans staff from airing pro-independence activist's press club speech
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China Change Aug 8
German Student at Tsinghua University Expelled for Research on 709 Lawyers
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Hong Kong News Aug 7
SCMP: Cease threats against Foreign Correspondents’ Club, press groups tell former Hong Kong leader CY Leung
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Reuters China Aug 6
Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club stands firm against Chinese pressure
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RSF East Asia Aug 6
All eyes on Liu Feiyue’s trial tomorrow: RSF demands the Suizhou City Intermediate People’s Court to drop charges against the , arbitrarily detained for 21 months for monitoring violations in China through his website .
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RSF East Asia Aug 3
RSF demands the release of Chinese professor Sun Wenguang who was arrested on Wednesday during an on-air interview on Mandarin. He is known for his public interventions against Chinese and .
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RSF East Asia Aug 3
"RSF denounces this attempt to intimidate the FCCHK, a club that represents the very spirit of press freedom in Hong Kong." said Cédric Alviani, director of RSF East Asia
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RSF East Asia Aug 2
RSF calls on to not yield to Beijing’s demands by agreeing to launch a censored version of its search engine in China, as this would deal a serious blow to the freedom to inform.
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RSF East Asia Aug 2
Replying to @RSF_eastasia
“China has been lobbying for years to promote the idea of ‘national sovereignty’ over the internet, which is a pretext for making it a tool of censorship and surveillance,” said Cédric Alviani, director of RSF East Asia
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RSF East Asia Aug 2
“Xi Jinping’s repressive regime, by forcing Google to abide by its censorship, wins a battle against the free circulation of information over the internet,” said Cédric Alviani, director of RSF East Asia
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RSF East Asia Aug 1
Japanese journalist, Jumpei Yasuda, held hostage in Syria for three years, reappeared yesterday in a third video dated July 25. RSF calls on Japan and the international community to save him.
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RSF East Asia Aug 1
Replying to @RSF_eastasia
"This new report reflects that, despite the hard work of many media outlets, the situation of journalists in Hong Kong has never been at a more precarious state," said Cédric Alviani, director of RSF East Asia bureau.
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RSF East Asia Aug 1
Annual report by denounces a new fall in press freedom and places the responsibility on Beijing and pro-Chinese factions.
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