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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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RSF regrets ’s decision to block journalist from covering the talks with North Korean officials on account of the journalist being a former defector from
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case: International investigation to prevent whitewash, a call for probe by via
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RSF Oct 18
: Shortlist for Reporters Without Borders’ first-ever London Awards announced
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RSF East Asia Oct 16
’s tally shows more professional journalists were killed worldwide in connection with their work in the first nine months of 2018 than in all of 2017. This year’s total already stood at 56 on 1 October, as against 55 for all of last year.
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RSF East Asia Oct 9
urges Hong Kong to renew Financial Times journalist’s visa. More than 11,000 people have already signed a petition launched by , , and other groups.
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RSF East Asia Oct 5
Replying to @HongKongFP @fcchk and 5 others
RSF: “This is clearly a form of retaliation for Mallet's involvement in the public talk organized in August by FCCHK. Such action is yet another proof that the Chinese authorities are extending their policy of intimidating foreign journalists to the territory of Hong Kong.”
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RSF East Asia Oct 5
“This is clearly a form of retaliation for his involvement in the public talk organized in August by , which angered Beijing by featuring a pro-Hong Kong independence activist,” says Cédric Alviani, East Asia Bureau director.
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RSF East Asia Sep 28
urges Chinese authorities to release a deputy editor, a head of a subsidiary newspaper, and two directors of the Daily group, who were arrested last month for the absurd reason of being “two-faced.”
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RSF East Asia Sep 19
., contributor at a South African news outlet in part controlled by Chinese investors, decries the abrupt cancellation of his column after criticism of China. RSF condemns this flagrant violation of editorial independence.
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RSF East Asia Sep 18
calls on the United Nations to authorize Taiwanese journalists to cover its events, including the General Assembly that opens today in New York and the World Health Assembly in Geneva next spring.
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China Media Project Sep 11
Netease: "A number of serious problems have occurred . . . and Netease has carried out a profound self-criticism . . . deciding to suspend its Finance Channel . . . effective 12PM on September 11 to carry out a deep and comprehensive rectification (整改)."
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RSF East Asia Sep 11
70 years after the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, RSF launches global Information and Democracy Commission, including a panel of 25 prominent figures from 18 countries, to uphold quality journalism.
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RSF East Asia Sep 10
RSF condemns the latest violence inflicted by Chinese officials on Huang Qi, RSF Press Freedom Prize laureate, who has been detained for almost two years without trial despite critical health condition.
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Radio Free Asia Sep 6
Chinese Activist Who Shared Anti-Censorship Techniques in Secret Trial
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RSF East Asia Sep 6
In Paris, RSF and gather in front of the Egyptian embassy urging the release of photojournalist Shawkan, who has been imprisoned for 60 months and is risking death penalty for taking photos of a protest.
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RSF East Asia Sep 5
RSF denounces China’s latest attempt in its increasing of foreign media: blocking Australian news channel , which is labeled as a media “damaging national pride.”
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南方大傻瓜 Sep 4
tried in secret?】 According to cached information on the Procuratorate website, Zhen had already been tried on 10 Aug. The entry, published on 23 Aug, had since then been deleted. Zhen’s own lawyers have not been able to see him since his arrest on 1 Sep 2017
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RSF East Asia Sep 4
RSF expresses concern over the presence of three officials as observing guests from China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the daily editorial meeting in Hong Kong last Thursday.
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RSF in English Sep 3
RSF UK bureau director on talking about today's appalling sentencing of journalists Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone to 7 years in prison. Our full reaction here:
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RSF East Asia Sep 3
RSF denounces Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s decision to exclude an unnamed Japanese journalist, sent to Beijing by Sankei Shimbun, from a China-Japan diplomatic meeting last Wednesday.
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