AFP: Fears grow over Hong Kong censorship

From AFP, via INQ7.net:

Concerns about media censorship were heightened in Hong Kong Sunday when a delegate to China’s legislature said the city’s public broadcaster should be clipped of its independence.

The comments from National People’s Congress member Peter Wong came as the Chinese territory’s Journalists Association accused the city’s new Beijing-appointed leader of paying lip-service to free speech.

See also “His master’s voice or the people’s choice?” from the South China Morning Post, via Asia Media.

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