Professor Ying Chan, JMSC Director, has contributed an Op-Ed to the New York Times, China dated November, 11, 2009: In the propaganda skirmish, Beijing outmaneuvered the U.S. president at nearly every turn
Reminder: Professor Leo Leo will give the fifth lecture in his series on Humanities Now; Perspectives Across Cultures on Friday, November 27 at the Convocation Room, Main Building, HKU from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. The lecture […]
Dr Rossella Ferrari from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London will reflect on new ways of conceptualizing the avant-garde by shifting the debate away from a purely West-centric perspective […]
Cornelius Rahn, 27, is the perfect example of how a young journalist can turn an internship into a full time job.
After graduating with a distinction from the JMSC Master of Journalism programme this summer, he took a three month internship as a reporter at the financial and business news provider, Bloomberg, in Frankfurt, Germany.
Veteran documentary film-maker Nancy Tong, visiting associate professor at the JMSC, will be one of three speakers presenting at a workshop called Crossing Borders/Traveling the World: Documentaries and Global Identities, on November 26. The workshop […]
By Doug Meigs George Soros said the American model is broken and urged China to adopt a more open society. “Hopefully, (the) Chinese leadership will rise to the occasion,” he said during an international teleconference […]