Deep within Plover Cove country park in the north-eastern fringe of Hong Kong lies the semi-abandoned walled village of Lai Chi Wo 荔枝窩.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp has won two out of four seats in Sunday’s Legislative Council by-elections, which they deemed a de facto “referendum” against the disqualification of opposition lawmakers. HKFP’s Tom Grundy reports for BBC World News Day.
Typhoon Hato has given Hong Kong and Macau a battering with at least three people dead and two missing. Tom Grundy, the editor-in-chief of Hong Kong Free Press, reports.
I was invited to speak at the 18th International Symposium on Online Journalism 2017, at the University of Texas, USA. The topic was News startups and new business models: Innovation in the search of sustainability.
Pro-democracy lawmakers staged protests and altered their oaths as the new term of the Legislative Council kicked off on Wednesday.
Joining veteran journalist Francis Moriarty on RTHK Radio 3 to discuss credibility in news.
Hong Kong tightens security for a high level visit by Chinese official Zhang Dejiang. A report for TRT World, Turkey.
hinese state leader Zhang Dejiang has arrived in Hong Kong, saying that he is ready to look, listen and speak, and highlighting his work during Hong Kong’s 2003 SARS pandemic. Tom Grundy reports on BBC World Service.
Speaking on RTHK Radio 3 about the HKU Council leak, alongside legal scholar Eric Cheung and IT lawmaker Charles Mok.
Speaking on BBC World Service Newsday about homelessness and poverty in Hong Kong.