Coconuts Hong Kong is seeking freelance article contributions for our HK protest coverage

Umbrellas come out as it starts to rain during an extradition bill protest on June 12, 2019 in Hong Kong. Photo by Vicky Wong.
Umbrellas come out as it starts to rain during an extradition bill protest on June 12, 2019 in Hong Kong. Photo by Vicky Wong.

Hong Kong is brimming with stories right now, and we want to tell as many as we can. That’s why Coconuts HK is looking to supplement our coverage of the Hong Kong protests by commissioning original stories from freelance journalists.

We’re open to any pitches, but we are especially looking for in-depth features that reveal unexplored facets of the ongoing protests, stories that put a human face on an anonymous movement, original photo- and video-based projects, thought-provoking and well-reasoned opinion pieces, and, of course, good old fashioned scoops.

If you’re interested in reaching millions of readers across Asia and beyond, working with editors who care, and, it should be noted, seeing your invoice paid promptly, drop us a line.

Please send pitches (along with clips) to Regional Managing Editor Stuart White at stuart [AT] coconuts.co