Category : Hong Kong

The harassment of international journalists in China is becoming normalised

alt informationIndex stands in support of the BBC's China correspondent John Sudworth who has fled to Taiwan with his family

Why what is happening in Hong Kong and Xinjiang is not an internal affair

alt informationPeople are being arrested, being disappeared and are dying on our watch

Film awards season: Journalism and activism in the spotlight

alt informationMovies on social justice and investigative journalism dominate the nominations for major awards at the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the Baftas this year

Index condemns the removal of Radio Television Hong Kong’s director of broadcasting

alt informationVeteran journalist Leung Ka-wing has been replaced by a civil servant six months before his contract was due to expire

BBC banned in mainland China

alt informationBritish broadcaster has broken rules on truth and impartiality, says Chinese regulator

Two countries, one system: why we must drop the pretence

alt informationThe arrest of more than 50 people involved in last year's pro-democracy primaries means no-one in Hong Kong is safe, write Mark Frary and Benjamin Lynch

“Anxiety has always been part of Hong Kong’s handover story”

alt informationA new book on Hong Kong published this November called Making Hong Kong China: The Rollback of Human Rights and the Rule of Law by Michael C. Davis provides much needed insight and background into the current crackdown on rights in the city. We publish extracts from the book

Academic freedom in Hong Kong: “It’s a storm and no one wants to go outside, even with an umbrella”

alt informationAcademics are losing tenure and teachers are being fired as China's national security law bites

Index condemns continued erosion of human rights in Hong Kong

alt informationIndex condemn the escalation of attacks on basic freedoms in Hong Kong