BJ 2015, Reporter, TVB Pearl

‘I believe journalism, ultimately, is about human connections: how we all connect with each other as human beings playing different roles in a globalised society.

I am grateful that the JMSC taught me how to find the human elements in everyday happenings and how to highlight emotions while covering social issues in an unbiased manner.’

 

23 March 2016

Billy Wong

BJ 2015, Reporter, TVB Pearl
'I believe journalism, ultimately, is about human connections: how we all connect with each other as human beings playing different roles in a globalised society. I am grateful that the JMSC taught me how to find the human elements in everyday happenings and how to highlight emotions while covering social issues in an unbiased manner.'
18 January 2016

Investigating the immortal dragon

Dragons feature heavily in Asian culture and are popular in modern TV programmes and films around the world, but what is the dragon―as a creature, and a concept―really all about? A podcast produced by Bachelor […]
11 January 2016

A fresh look at Hong Kong: JMSC undergraduates shine a light on social issues in the city through video projects

A report on how NGOs are trying to protect vulnerable children in HK’s poorest areas and the story of how hundreds in the city are facing a long wait for sex reassignment surgery are two […]
7 November 2015

Full house for the JMSC’s Bachelor of Journalism admission talk at the 2015 HKU Information Day

Undergraduate students performed a live news broadcast production demo to a standing-room only crowd of HKU hopefuls as part of the Information Day for Undergraduate Admissions on 7 November. JMSC faculty and alumni also talked […]
6 May 2015

Bachelor of Journalism student wins Human Rights Press Award essay contest

Gloria Cheung, a bachelor of journalism student at the JMSC, has won the inaugural Human Rights Press Awards essay contest.
8 December 2014

JMSC undergrads win scores of University scholarships and prizes

JMSC bachelor of journalism students from took home more than 75 individual University of Hong Kong awards and scholarships at the 2013/14 Social Sciences Faculty Student Presentation Ceremony
28 April 2014

JMSC Student Wins International New York Times Competition

Joyce Xu, a third year Bachelor of Journalism student from Hong Kong, has won the International New York Times “Word (World) of Yours” Writing Competition 2013 for her article, “The Impact of Social Media on Global Awareness,” which was published April 1 in the INYT’s Hong Kong and China print editions.
26 March 2014

JMSC Undergraduates Cover China’s Top Political Meetings

Four Bachelor of Journalism students from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre got a rare chance earlier this month when they covered meetings of China’s highest organs of state power.