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Published Work | Hong Kong

Tommy’s work about Hong Kong stemmed from the 2019 anti-government protests. He has interviewed high profile activists such as Jimmy Lai, Lee Cheuk Yan, Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, Ted Hui, & Tony Chung.

News, politics and protests

Rappler

 

8th September

 

6th September – Hong Kong Anxiety

 

2nd July 

 

26th May

 

1st February

 

12th January 

 

23rd November

 

 

RICE Media Singapore

8th December Beijing

 

6th February

 

Coconuts Hong Kong

2nd March – Mongkok

 

3rd March

 

9th May – Hong Kong

 

10th May

 

 

The Daily Telegraph

 

22nd December – Veby Mega Indah

 

3rd February

 

11th February – Japan cruise ship interview

 

11th April – Hotels Hong Kong

 

22nd May – Hong Kong national security law

 

23rd May – China set up new branch

 

27th May – U.S declares Hong Kong no longer autonomous

 

28th May – China approve law

 

1st July – Hong Kong new law

 

10th July – Jimmy Lai

 

10th August – Jimmy Lai arrested

 

2nd September – British teacher fears lessons violate law

 

27th October – Tony Chung

 

6th December – Ted Hui

 

1st January ’21 – Ted Hui interview

 

9th March ’21 – Ted Hui Australia

 

 

The Daily Mirror

September 30th 2019 (Print version PDF)

 

 

Byline Times

 

4th January – Lee Cheuk Yan

 

24th November

 

18th September

 

25th August

 

21st July

 

3rd July

 

22nd May

 

21st May

 

7th February

 

 

battleface

 

23rd December – Hong Kong end of year political crackdown

 

16th October – Journalist issues Hong Kong

 

The Northern Echo

24th September

 

16th October

Voice of America (VOA)

 

October 27th – Tony Chung

 

November 11th – Analysis: Hong Kong Lawmaker Crisis

 

November 13th – Press Freedom

 

December 2nd – Three Activists Jailed

 

December 11th – Jimmy Lai Charged NSL

 

1st January ’21 – Reshaping Hong Kong

 

8th January ’21 – Mass Arrests

 

11th January ’21 – LegCo v Capitol

 

15th January ’21 – Lawyer Arrested

 

22nd January ’21 – Legal Terrain Hong Kong

 

26th January ’21 – Activists Feel Pressure

 

31st January ’21 – Britain Residency Allowing Hong Kongers

 

17th February ’21 – RTHK Forced to Pledge Allegiance

 

28th February ’21 – Pro-Democracy Activists Charged

 

2nd March ’21 -Court Hearing 47 Hong Kong Activists

 

4th March ’21 – 47 Activists Held

 

6th March ’21 – China Repression Spreads Hong Kong

 

12 March ’21 – Hong Kong Reforms Step Backwards

 

31 March ’21 – Beijing Reforms Redefine ‘Democracy”

 

16 April ’21 – Longtime Activists Jailed

 

23 April ’21 – Fear Grips Hong Kong’s Public Broadcaster

 

7th May ’21 – RTHK Show Question Independence

 

14th May ’21 – Media Analysts Concern RTHK

 

18th May “21 – Activists Remanded 

 

28 May ’21 – Hong Kong Activists Sentenced

 

3rd June ’21 – Apple Daily

 

4th June – Tiananmen Square Hong Kong

 

12th June – Two year anniversary

 

 

14th June – Film Censors

 

17th June – Apple Daily Raided 

 

21 June – Apple Daily Set To Close

 

24 June – Apple Daily Closes

 

27th June – After Apple Daily NSL Concerns

 

30 June – Activist Arrested Again

 

2nd July – One Year National Security Law

 

14 July – Civil Society Groups

 

27 July – First NSL Verdict

 

30th July – Writing On Wall NSL

 

30th July – First Sentence Under NSL

 

12 August – Media Fear Hong Kong

 

15 August – Largest Protest Group Disbands

 

17 August – RTHK Promote Patriotism

 

23 August – Thousands Leave Hong Kong

 

25 Sep – HKJA Pressure

 

25 Sep – Hong Kong Alliance Disbands

 

7 October – Civil Society Shrinking

Nikkei Asia

https://asia.nikkei.com/Editor-s-Picks/Tea-Leaves/In-the-wake-of-COVID-19-reporting-on-Asia-isn-t-what-it-used-to-be

Swissinfo SWI

30th January SWI

 

Salzburger Nachrichten

14th March – Hong Kong

 

News Corp Australia (news.com.au)

29th September Shot TWICE

 

Asia Media Centre New Zealand