Ruby Yang, project director of the Hong Kong Documentary Initiative, premiered her latest documentary, Ritoma, on 8 April in Hong Kong. Former nomads who are players on the basketball team featured in the film and their coach, MIT alumnus Bill Johnson, along with other members of the Ritoma workshop travelled from their village on the Tibet Plateau to attend the premiere.

Other guests included former Hong Kong financial secretary John Tsang, U.S. Consul General for Hong Kong and Macau Kurt Tong, director of the Hung Hing Ying and Leung Hau Ling Charitable Foundation Belinda Hung, and from The University of Hong Kong Foundation, Professor Rosie T T Young, Dr. Patrick Poon Sun-Cheong, and Bernadette Tsui.

HKU Executive Vice-President Dr. Steve Cannon, Dean of Social Sciences Professor William Hayward, JMSC founding director Professor Ying Chan, and JMSC director Keith Richburg also attended.

3 May 2018

Ruby Yang premieres latest documentary “Ritoma” in Hong Kong

Ruby Yang, project director of the Hong Kong Documentary Initiative, premiered her latest documentary, Ritoma, on 8 April in Hong Kong. Former nomads who are players on the basketball team featured in the film and […]
3 May 2018

JMSC alumnus and seed grand recipient Vincent Du premieres film in Los Angeles

The documentary China’s Forgotten Daughters, co-directed by Meng Han and 2011 Master of Journalism graduate and 2016-2017 seed grant recipient Vincent Du, will premiere at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on 10 May as part […]
3 May 2018

2010 Master of Journalism graduate named in China’s “Digital A-List”

2010 Master of Journalism graduate Andrea Fenn was recently included in Campaign Asia-Pacific‘s annual “Digital A-List“, which honours people and brands leading digital innovations in the China market. Andrea was listed under the “Disruptors” category […]
30 April 2018

In Myanmar, when home is one of world’s biggest opium-producing areas

30 April 2018

Hong Kong must remain a beacon of freedom of expression as China, and the region, cracks down on critics

19 April 2018

Chinese students increasingly find US a hostile place to study

19 April 2018

Chinese exporters concerned about U.S.-China trade spat – survey

16 April 2018

China’s Communist Party Takes (Even More) Control of the Media