The Freedom of the Press Report ranks countries by the level of freedom journalists have from political, criminal or terrorist threats. Hong Kong is ranked 18, above Singapore, but below countries such as Mongolia and Papua New Guinea. Hong Kong … Continued
I self-censored myself recently because I feared that there might be some sort of repercussion to my career if I posted the following article online. I soon came to my senses and realised that censorship is a slippery slope downwards; … Continued
Abbott’s comments are a derivation of Bush’s words. While he tries to portray this as some form of nationalism, it is merely a thin veil over what is essentially, a continued policy of exclusion. Abbott’s deluded rhetoric only serves to divide and tear at the fabric of our society. A beautiful, multicultural tapestry that is beautiful in it’s entirety, and has taken generations to weave.
Last year, I co-produced a documentary for MSNBC that was subsequently submitted for the Webby Awards, which for the last 19 years, has been the “leading international award honoring excellence on the internet“. The Internet’s highest honor. – The New York Times … Continued
A tall man with a square face, he looks every bit of his 47 years of age, however you would not know of his past just by looking at him. Wearing a black polo shirt adorned with a yellow ribbon, … Continued
On Monday the 13th of October I decided to take a walk through Central, Hong Kong during my lunch hour. I brought my DSLR with me. I was lucky enough to witness what I think was a turning point in … Continued
Day Two of the OccupyHongKong / ClassBoycott / UmbrellaMovement took a turn for the peaceful and quiet. A dramatic difference to the day before where Police were useing Pepper Spray and firing Tear Gas. Here is a collection of images … Continued
I arrived in Hong Kong two years ago exactly yesterday. Last night the Hong Kong Police Force shot tear gas at non-violent protestors (and myself as a reporter). The protests are a reaction to the Chinese Central Government’s decision to … Continued