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The most troubling case was that of a French journalist who was harassed by Chinese diplomats in France and Thailand after his documentary about Tibet was aired. There were some minor signs of "progress" in some areas of China. Journalists at two media outlets started landmark labour strikes to fight for editorial independence and a living wage. The courts also used microblogs to broadcast excerpts from several prominent criminal trials, but blocked all but a few selected media workers to enter the court rooms. But these triumphs are backdropped by a media environment that still falls desperately short of international standards. Press freedom in Hong Kong remains at risk, with photographers and reporters suffering verbal and physical abuse while exercising their professional responsibilities. Several media outlets and their owners suffered attacks and death threats, while Hong Kong authorities failed to protect them and media freedom. In an echo of Mainland practice, law enforcement bodies in Hong Kong forced the media to surrender raw journalistic materials and Hong Kong's Chief Executive and Executive Council provoked turmoil by unilaterally changing the rules governing applications for new free-to-air television licences. The situation in Macau saw a growing trend to self-censorship, but journalists and the public continued to fight for diversification of information through the removal of the monopoly on media. Press freedom in China and Hong Kong will continue to be at risk in 2014 and will remain a key area of focus for the IFJ. "Particularly where there is a situation for Mainland journalists who must complete training that is equivalent to brainwashing in order to qualify for press accreditation cards, the need for ongoing monitoring and reporting is critical," the IFJ said. The IFJ urges China's government to reconsider President Xi Jinping and his administration to abolish the press accreditation system and to adopt the Human Rights Council report A/HRC/... Read more↗
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