Editorial: In this issueAsia Pacific Media Educator
AbstractHong Kong is one of the world's freest places not just in its market economy, but also in the spirit of its public discourse and expressions of its popular culture. Much of the Western media are predicting the demise of this freedom when China takes over the British colony on July 1. While Western journalists anticipate eagerly the final changing of the guards, their counterparts in Hong Kong juggle shakily with the pragmatics of how they can work within the "one country two systems" interpretation of media freedom and responsibility.
Citation InformationC. Lloyd, Eric Loo, B. Lowe and David Blackall. "Editorial: In this issue" (1997) p. 1 - 2
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