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Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Victor Mallet, a Financial Times journalist and first vice president of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, in August.
Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

Victor Mallet, a Financial Times journalist and first vice president of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, in August.
China’s Media Crackdown Spreads to Hong Kong

China’s Media Crackdown Spreads to Hong Kong

Andy Chan, founder of the Hong Kong National Party, spoke with Victor Mallet, a Financial Times journalist, during an August meeting of the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club.
Journalist’s Expulsion Casts Shadow on Hong Kong’s Future

Journalist’s Expulsion Casts Shadow on Hong Kong’s Future

A Chinese flag on an electronic billboard in Hong Kong last year before the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the city’s return to Chinese rule.
Journalist’s Expulsion Casts Shadow on Hong Kong’s Future

Journalist’s Expulsion Casts Shadow on Hong Kong’s Future

A Chinese flag on an electronic billboard in Hong Kong last year before the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the city’s return to Chinese rule.
Ma Jian, Exiled Chinese Novelist, Hails Appearance as Victory for Rights

Ma Jian, Exiled Chinese Novelist, Hails Appearance as Victory for Rights

Ma Jian, center, said the totalitarian society George Orwell predicted in “1984” had been “completely and totally” realized in China.
Lawyer for Snowden in Hong Kong Says He Left City Under Pressure

Lawyer for Snowden in Hong Kong Says He Left City Under Pressure

Robert Tibbo, a lawyer who represented Edward J. Snowden when he fled to Hong Kong in 2013, photographed this month in Marseille, France. “My career is over in Hong Kong,” he said.
Lawyer for Snowden in Hong Kong Says He Left City Under Pressure

Lawyer for Snowden in Hong Kong Says He Left City Under Pressure

Robert Tibbo, a lawyer who represented Edward J. Snowden when he fled to Hong Kong in 2013, photographed this month in Marseille, France. “My career is over in Hong Kong,” he said.
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