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China Announces That It Will Expel American Journalists
New York Times, March 17, 2020

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中方针对美方打压中国媒体驻美机构行为采取反制措施
China Takes Countermeasures Against Restrictive Measures on Chinese Media Agencies in the US
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, March 18, 2020

HRIC Note: The move to prohibit New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post journalists with U.S. citizenship from working in Hong Kong, where there is no official registration requirement for journalists, directly contravenes the “one country, two systems” principle under which the  Hong Kong Special Administration Region is governed. Last October, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam stated clearly: “We have no intention or plan to start a centralised registration system for journalists, not to mention doing any vetting on who can conduct reporting . . . . Freedom of speech is a core value of Hong Kong, and I completely agree that the media has a role as the ‘fourth estate’ in monitoring the government. So our job is to facilitate and assist the work of the media.”

中国人权注:禁止《纽约时报》、《华尔街日报》和《华盛顿邮报》拥有美国国籍的记者在香港工作的举动,直接违反了香港特别行政区在“一国两制”原则管辖下的规定;在香港,记者没有正式注册的要求。去年十月,香港行政长官林郑月娥明确表示:“我们没有打算或计划启动针对记者的集中登记制度,更不用说对谁可以作什么报道进行任何审查……言论自由是香港的核心价值,我完全同意媒体在监督政府方面扮演着‘第四产业’的角色。因此,我们的工作是促进和协助媒体的工作。”

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Deutsche Welle, March 17, 2020

中国赋予网警更大权力,压制有关疫情应对的愤怒和批评 (Muting coronavirus anger, China empowers its internet police)
The New York Times, March 17, 2020

面对当局对疫情报道的压制,中国记者发起反击 (As China cracks down on coronavirus coverage, journalists fight back)
The New York Times, March 16, 2020

中国称特朗普在推文中使用“中国病毒”是对中国的污名化 (China says Trump's use of "Chinese virus" in tweets is stigma over China)
Voice of America, March 17, 2020

2020年03月17日
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