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A screenshot of the webpage created for JMSC's live coverage of the 2013 New.Now.Next Conference.
From left to right: Echo Hui (MJ, 2013), James Chan (BJ, 2013), Amy Ha (BJ, 2015), Stephanie Ip (MJ, 2013), Vicky Kung (BJ, 2013), Haruka Nuga (BJ, 2015), Laura Ma (MJ, 2013), Joanne Lam (MJ), Henry Williams (MJ, 2013), Josephina Feng (MJ, 2013), Soo-Jin Kim (MJ, 2013), Min-Seok Kim (BJ, 2014), Sophie Brown (MJ, 2013), and Kevin Cureau (Exchange Student).
Banners bearing the logos for N3Con and AAJA-Asia.
A JMSC student uses Snapcast during a question and answer session while covering a panel.
Karen Zhang (MJ, 2013), Stephanie Ip (MJ, 2013), and Josephia Feng (MJ, 2013). Photo credit: Jeremiah Foo.
Diver Joel Gonzaga of the Philippine fishing boat 'Vergene' works in and around a skipjack tuna fishing net using a single plastic air hose connected to a rusty compressor onboard the boat.
A school of skipjack tuna swims inside a Philippine purse seine fishing net.
Green dye is deployed during the encircling of a free school of tuna. The dye confuses and blocks the escape path of the fish, thus preventing them from escaping the net as it is being set.
A large net full of skipjack tuna is hauled from the Philippine purse seiner 'Vergene' and emptied into the hold of a supply boat.
Frozen tuna is seen in the hold of the Chinese ship 'Heng Xing 1' in an area of international waters near the exclusive economic zone of Indonesia.
A forklift truck loads frozen bigeye tuna onto a flatbed truck at Dong Gang Wholesale fish market.
Workers remove the fins from 75 tons of blue shark on the dock at an industrial shark finning factory.
Hundreds of newly unloaded, wet and bloody shark fins are seen drying in the afternoon sun in a quiet street near Kennedy Town docks, Hong Kong.
Wall display leading to the largest collection of Andy Warhol's work ever to be exhibited in Asia.
The crowd of secondary students at the Night at the Art Museum With Andy Warhol.
An All Access badge for JMSC staff and students on the Night at the Art Museum with Andy Warhol.
Outside the Museum before the Night at the Art Museum begins.
Secondary students in front of a blown up image of one of Andy Warhol's silkscreen paintings of Marilyn Monroe.
Secondary students in the escalator tunnel leading into the Hong Kong Art Museum.
Nino Lin Jueying (BJ, 2013) relaxing before the night begins.
Secondary students getting in line at the start of the Night at the Art Museum.
Students from SKH All Saint's Middle School pose in front of the Night at the Art Museum banner.
Yan Oi Tong Tin Ka Ping Secondary School students at the start of the Night at the Art Museum.
Kwun Tong Government Secondary School students at the beginning of the Night at the Art Museum.
A student from Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School after sealing her time capsule.
Belilios Public School students huddled around their time capsule.
Students from Tuen Mun Government Secondary School show off their Night at the Art Museum schwag.
Wa Ying College students.
A selection of self-portraits by secondary school students taken at Night at the Art Museum.
Secondary school students clowning around between workshops.
JMSC BJ Vicky Kung taking a break from reporting.
All Saints' Middle School student Fo Yuen Leung with her time capsule which contains a piece of fabric to remind us of Hong Kong spirit.
A curator at the Art Museum discusses the art of Andy Warhol with secondary students during their exclusive tour of the exhibition.
Secondary students viewing some of Andy Warhol's silkscreen paintings in the Art Museum gallery.
Some of the snapshots that secondary students took of themselves to arrange and rearrange in different order for instant photography art.
Hong Kong Secondary students applying the methods Andy Warhol used to make silkscreens to the superstars of their choice.
Secondary students swap ideas and art supplies as they make their own album covers.
JMSC Bachelor of Journalism student Michelle Lok explores her more colorful sides during the Night at the Art Museum.
JMSC Online Media Producers Kevin Lau and AJ Libuano prepare to film a secondary student's news report during the media workshop the JMSC held at the Night of the Art Museum.
A secondary student has her picture taken with a bunch of grapes in the Instant Photography Workshop.
Secondary students get instructions from photographer Martin Cheung in the Photography Workshop.
Ms Ellen Pau, Founder of Videotage, instructs secondary students on how to create their own light graffiti in the Science Workshop.
A secondary student displays photographs of herself that were taken during the Instant Photography Workshop.
A collage of Hong Kong indie band '22 Cats'.
Hong Kong indie band '22 Cats' performs for secondary school students at Night at the Art Museum.
Secondary school students applaud during a live performance by Hong Kong indie band '22 Cats' at Night at the Art Museum.
Collage of photographs secondary students took at the Night at the Art Museum.
HKU Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor Shew-Ping Chow at the Night at the Art Museum opening ceremony talking about the item he is adding to the Time Capsule.
A view of Hong Kong across the bay from the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
Testing for the slideshow
Professor Roland T Chin, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost
JMSC founder Professor Ying Chan speaking at the Vice Chancellor's house.
Vice Chancellor Lap-Chee Tsui with Elmy Leung (MJ, 2008)
Members of the first class of Master of Journalism students at the JMSC with Professor Ying Chan (from left : Mary Lui, Angie Man, Elte Ngan, Vivian Mak, Rain Lau, Prof Ying Chan, Mayella Cheung, Raymond Cheng, Velentina Ma, Canace Lam)
Members of the JMSC's first class of Bachelor of Journalism students (from left to right: Matthew Leung, Catherine Chen, Robin Pang, Daphne Lo, Kitty Ho, Ying Chan, Fion Li, Diana Wong, Cardith Hung, Rebecca Ho, Flora Lee, and Brandy Cheng and his wife)
JMSC Visiting Associate Professor Nancy Tong (far right)
From left to right: Choi Yoonji (BJ, 2012), Yu Mengxi (BJ, 2011), Li Xi (MJ, 2012) and Xu Qian (MJ, 2012).
Yang Jing (MJ, 2012) and Sanday Chongo Kabange (MJ, 2012)
Stay in touch with the JMSC with the JMSC App on your iPhone or iPad. In the app you will find the latest news and events from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre, plus locations of events.
News & Updates – Find out the latest news, updates and events from the JMSC. Follow updates from fellow students and alumni
Map & Events – Find locations and events from your phone
Class Resources – Updated each semester, this lists the online syllabusi and course websites
Media & Events – Watch recorded lectures directly from your phone. Catch up with JMSC events and lectures such as the recent talks given by Ruby Yang and Kristie Lu Stout
Developed by Nathan Griffiths (MJ 2011)