BBC correspondent leaves China for security concerns

BBC correspondent leaves China for security concerns

A China correspondent for a UK broadcaster BBC Keeped the country out of concern for its security. As the BBC announced, John Sudworth followed suit Taiwan And will continue its work as a rapport from there now.

The Club of Foreign Correspondents in China (FCC) said that Sudavart last week left China after nine years “of concern for the safety of himself and his family.” According to the FCC, Sudworth’s wife, Yvonne Murray, a reporter for the Irish broadcaster RTE, also accompanied her to Taiwan.

“John’s work has revealed the truth that Chinese officials did not want to tell the world,” the BBC said. In one on the broadcaster’s website Published report It also stated that whenever he tried to do the film, Sudworth and his team were subject to surveillance, disability and intimidation.

“Dark Reality for Reporters”

Working as a journalist in China has become more difficult, Sudworth told BBC Radio. “We got out in a hurry, and we were chased by the Plancloths Police to the airport check-in. This is a serious reality for journalists in China, ”he said on the BBC show.

China airs in the UK in February Foreign broadcaster BBC World News has shut down – due to alleged “illegal content”. The first state was Chinese International broadcaster cgtn Broadcasting license in Great Britain has been revoked. The British media regulator ofcom justified this with the broadcaster’s lack of independence.

The Chinese state media later launched a widespread campaign against the BBC, accusing them of spreading lies about China. The People’s Republic has cracked down on many foreign journalists in recent years. Reporters from countries with strained relations, particularly with China, felt the pressure from the authorities.

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