Tuesday, September 30, 2014   

Press freedom under threat: survey
(04-23 14:20)

A survey by the Journalists Association says Hong Kong is suffering from poor press freedom.
About 1,000 members of the public and 420 journalists were asked questions about press freedom, the answers to which were statistically compiled into an index.
Ranging from zero to 100, it stands at 49.4 for the public, and 42 for journalists.
A journalism professor at the Chinese University, Clement So, said the situation is serious. --RTHK   
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