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Ching Cheong Makes First Comments After Release

Ching Cheong, the recent released journalist talked on his innocence and health. From Shanghaiist: Ching Cheong, the chief China correspondent of the Singapore-based Straits Times that was jailed in China for supposed espionage...

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Detained reporter Ching can’t get lawyer yet – Gary Cheung

From the South China Morning Post, via Asia Media: Mainland authorities have rejected an application by the family of Hong Kong journalist Ching Cheong to seek legal representation for him, on the grounds that his case is still under investigation. Ching’s journalist wife, Mary Lau Man-yee, said she received a notice from the State Security […]

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Pressure on the Press

Jonathan Ansfield reports in the Newsweek: They had one amateur video, six peasants’ corpses and more than 10 eyewitnesses to the siege a day before. But on June 12, after Beijing News journalists were first at the scene...

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Laws, Not Favours, For Political Prisoners

From Dui Hua Human Rights Journal: Hearing that Singapore Straits Times correspondent Ching Cheong (程翔) had been released on parole earlier this month and allowed to return to Hong Kong, we noticed many similarities to the...

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China Releases Another Journalist

A follow up to CDT’s previous post on Yu Huafeng, from Time’s The China Blog: Days after a Hong Kong reporter was released from a Chinese jail, another Chinese journalist has been freed. Yu Huafeng, an editor at the...

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Caught In A Chinese Box

From Asia Sentinel: On Jan. 16, Hong Kong journalist Ching Cheong passed his thousandth day in a Chinese prison on espionage charges. There is little sign that he will be released despite some hope that Beijing could relent in...

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