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Winners 1998

The 3rd Annual Human Rights Press Awards
1998
ORGANIZED BY
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL HONG KONG
THE FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS’ CLUB, HONG KONG
HONG KONG JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION

ENGLISH-LANGUAGE CATEGORIES

ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NEWSPAPERS (GENERAL NEWS)
Merit Certificate:
Lucia Palpal-Latoc, Hongkong Standard: For body of work on human rights
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NEWSPAPERS (FEATURES)
Winners:
Jasper Becker, South China Morning Post: Horror of a hungry country?
Kathy Chen, Asian Wall Street Journal: Chinese teen learns limits to ambition?
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE MAGAZINES
Winner:
Brian Eads, Reader Digest: Nation in chains?
Merit certificates:
Sheri Prasso, Business Week: The misery here is just phenomenal?
Angela Griffiths, Eve: Matter of life and death?
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS
Winner:
Liu Kin-ming, Asian Wall Street Journal: Hong Kong journalists? lonely battle?
Merit Certificates:
Cliff Buddle and other SCMP journalists: Open Justice Campaign?
Neville de Silva, Hongkong Standard: Columns
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE RADIO
Winner:
Jill McGivering, BBC: The dilemma of the elderly in Hong Kong.?
Merit certificates:
Pam Baker, RTHK Radio 3: Viewpoint.?
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE TV
Winner:
Matt Frei, BBC: uharto?
Merit Certificates:
Craig Leeson, ATV: Above the law – police abuse in Hong Kong.?
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE CARTOONS
Merit certificate:
Sara Seneviratne, Hongkong Standard: Millar of shame?
THE KILPATRICK AWARD FOR OUSTANDING WORK ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND CHILDREN
Winner:
Fergal Keane, BBC: One country, two families?
PHOTOGRAPHY CATEGORY
Winner:
Woody Wu, Ming Pao Daily : “A team of immigration officers storm into the home of nine-year old illegal immigrant Chung Yeak-lam”
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