In the last year, Chinese officials have singled out foreign journalists and denied them access to carry out their work — in some cases even pressured them to leave the country, according to a new report. The Chinese government has claimed it to be a reciprocation for treatment of Chinese journalists in the U.S. Special correspondent Patrick Fok reports from Beijing.
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