China's free female reporter detained or Hong Kong protests announced October 25th 11:06
The Hong Kong media reported that a Chinese freelance female reporter who reported online about Hong Kong protests seems to have been detained by the police in mid-month. In Mainland China, Hong Kong's protests are strictly limited except for official reports, so there is a view that reporters' information may be a binding factor.
According to Hong Kong media and officials, a free 30-year-old female reporter working in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, South China, seems to have been detained on the suspicion that he lost contact with the local police this month and caused a commotion to the local police. about it.
In June, Mr. Huang participated in a large-scale demonstration march in Hong Kong, sent photos and videos on SNS, and on the Internet "Police's violence becomes intense and Hong Kong becomes like the mainland of China." And so on.
After that, the police visited Mr. Huang's house late at night, and he had been confiscated by the police for his identity certificate, but was supposed to study at a university in Hong Kong from September, but could not enter.
Mr. Huang was originally a reporter for newspapers and magazines published in China, and has received a response from research reports in the Chinese version of the “#MeToo” movement that accused sexual harassment and sexual violence.
In the mainland of China, Hong Kong's protests are strictly limited except for official reports, so there is a view that Mr. Huang's transmission of information may be a restraining factor.