NY Times to move some staff from Hong Kong, citing new law


The New York Times says it will transfer some of that stuff out of Hong Kong the move comes amid uncertainties about practicing journalism in the Chinese territory on the it's June thirteenth national security law which aims at curbing dissent after months of anti government protests last year the paper says some of its employees face challenges in securing work permits to work in Hong Kong which until recently had really been an issue in the city obstacles mostly faced by journalists working on the mainland Hong Kong has long been seen as China's loss Boston of press freedom and is a hub for many foreign news outlets reporting on Asia and mainland China I'm Charles the last month

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