anglee1JMSC MJ students Park Hyongki and Andrew Lau covered award-winning film director Ang Lee’s address to Hong Kong University on October 1.

Barely a month into their MJ course, they were chosen from a raft of JMSC student volunteers to record the event.
Their unexpurgated podcast of Lee’s more than hour-long exchange with moderator Daniel KL Chua, head of HKU’s School of Humanities, can be viewed here.

Raw Footage Podcast: Ang Lee @ HKU – Oct 1, 2009 from JMSC HKU on Vimeo.

October 14, 2009

JMSC Students Podcast Ang Lee @ HKU

JMSC MJ students Park Hyongki and Andrew Lau covered award-winning film director Ang Lee's address to Hong Kong University on October 1.
October 12, 2009

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Tensions High after Urumqi Unrest

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