30 July 2010

BJ Internship at HK Magazine

Bachelor of Journalism student, Alison Hui, spent two months interning at HK magazine this summer. The year three BJ worked at Asia City Publishing Limited throughout May and June. It publishes three magazines written in English including HK, The […]
30 July 2010

JMSC at Hong Kong Book Fair

The JMSC had a strong presence at the recent Hong Kong Book Fair.  Hong Kong University Press, which publishes books written and edited by JMSC staff, did a roaring trade at the week-long annual fair which […]
29 July 2010

MAP Summer Courses

The Media Academy for Pros is the JMSC’s learning programme for professionals and students keen to expand their media skills and knowledge. MAP has been running study courses over the summer break. The classes have had a good […]
28 July 2010

JMSC Alumnus Becomes NHK World HK Anchor

JMSC Bachelor of Journalism graduate, Jaymee Ng is the new face of NHK World in Hong Kong. NHK World is the international branch of NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster. Ng started to present the channel’s weekly […]
27 July 2010

A Conversation with George Soros At HKU

20 July 2010

HKU Shanghai Study Centre

The HKU Shanghai Study Centre, which houses students of Architecture, Business & Economics, and Journalism from HKU has held its first open house. More than 400 alumni and guests from America, Canada, Hong Kong and cities across […]
20 July 2010

JMSC Alumnus Reports From Russia on Spy Swap

Tesa Arcilla is one of Russia Today’s (RT) newest correspondents and news anchors. She has been covering the story of the spy swap between Russia and America – the biggest such exchange since the end […]
19 July 2010

You Can Write Better English

You Can Write Better English is the title of JMSC Honorary Lecturer Barry Kalb’s new book. It sets out some rules of good writing and focuses in particular on the routine mistakes that native Chinese speakers […]