Three JMSC Master of Journalism alumni were winners at the 2017 Hong Kong News Awards, which is given out by The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong. Honey Tsang Hang-yee (MJ 2017), a feature writer and reporter for China Daily, was the winner for “Best Science News Reporting” and first runner-up for “Best News Writing (English)“. Jun Mai (MJ 2010), Senior China Reporter at the South China Morning Post, was part of the team that won a merit prize for “Best News Reporting” for their coverage of the 19th Chinese Communist Party congress. Finally, Joy Dong Qiuyi (MJ 2014), China News Reporter at Sing Tao Daily, was a merit prize winner in the “Best Business News Reporting” category for her work in a series about China’s “sharing economy”.

Photo: Honey Tsang

3 May 2018

JMSC alumni among winners at 2017 Hong Kong News Awards

Three JMSC Master of Journalism alumni were winners at the 2017 Hong Kong News Awards, which is given out by The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong. Honey Tsang Hang-yee (MJ 2017), a feature writer and reporter […]
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 […]
14 March 2018

JMSC to host workshop at first international infographics event in Hong Kong

The Journalism and Media Studies Centre and the South China Morning Post are co-sponsoring the first international infographics event in Hong Kong organised by the Society for News Design (SND), an international organization for news media […]
14 March 2018

Research into information disorder in Asia

By Masato Kajimoto The Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC) at the University of Hong Kong has launched a series of short research articles that provide an overview of what is known about the scale and […]
14 February 2018

AFP hosts talk on evolving ethical concerns for journalists today

By Tang Ziyi The Journalism & Media Studies Centre (JMSC) held a talk titled “Why media ethics matter in the era of fake news” at the University of Hong Kong last Wednesday. Two senior members […]
7 February 2018

Hong Kong court overturns protest leaders’ prison sentences

2 February 2018

JMSC students broaden their skills, cultural horizons with winter internships

By George Russell From stray dogs to censorship, JMSC’s Master of Journalism candidates encountered a range of real-world issues during their exciting winter internships, in which 55 students were placed in newsrooms around Hong Kong, […]
12 December 2017

Master of Journalism 2018-19 Admissions Webinar: 13 January

You may not be able to make it to the HKU campus, so we’re coming to you… Sign up for a webinar about the HKU Master of Journalism (MJ) programme to ask admissions-related questions directly to our […]