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New HKJA's Video released (Chinese Version Only)

With the recent series of attacks on Hong Kong’s press freedom, it seems an invisible hand is directing moves to limit freedom of expression and constrict the space for the diversity of voices in Hong Kong. There is a worrying trend of the snuffing of dissenting views. The Hong Kong Journalists Association, together with a number of other organisations from the media sector who are concerned about press freedom, are launching a protest and rally this Sunday 23 February to call for the protection of free speech in Hong Kong. A video titled "JA ViVA" has just been produced and its short version is now released to address our deep concern about the deteriorating state of press freedom in Hong Kong. Please have a look at the video, ↓↓↓


19/02/2014 12:45   updated more
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