31 August 2010

Sept 9: Public Talk – Poor English: Why Should Hong Kong Care?

JMSC Honorary Lecturer, Barry Kalb, will be talking about the importance of writing in good English at the Special Collections, 1/F, Main Library on Thursday, September 9. China has become a major player in global business, […]
30 August 2010

AFP Snaps Up MJ Grad

Recent MJ graduate, Clement Rossignol Lagandré, has been hired by Agence France Presse‘s Asia Pacific’s television desk as a TV producer. Rossignol, who is French, interned at AFP this summer for two months. He did […]
27 August 2010

Sept 3: Book Launch – Eileen Chang’s The Book of Change

The JMSC’s Project for Public Culture and Hong Kong University Press will co-host a book launch for Eileen Chang’s semi-autobiographical novel The Book of Change《易經》on September 3, 2010. The book launch also marks the 90th […]
26 August 2010

MJ Orientation Day

The JMSC welcomes this year’s intake of Master of Journalism students. New students attended a day-long orientation session in HKU’s Council Chambers. Professor Ying Chan, Director of the JMSC, welcomed all newcomers and told them […]
25 August 2010

JMSC Welcomes Incoming BJ Students

Professor Ying Chan, the Director of the JMSC, welcomed this year’s intake of 30 undergraduates. She introduced the students to some of the JMSC staff and they also heard from two Year 3 undergraduates  about their […]
25 August 2010

MJ Grad Working for a Hyperlocal Newswire

Saul Sugarman, who graduated from the JMSC’s Master of Journalism Programme in 2009, is now a full-time reporter and swing shift editor at Bay City News in San Francisco. “Bay City News is a hyperlocal […]
25 August 2010

Summer Course: JMSC and Art Faculty Team Up for Film, Art, Language and Culture

This summer, the JMSC combined with the Faculty of Arts to teach a credit bearing course for undergraduates about Film, Art, Language and Culture. Fifteen students from HKU, mainland China and on exchange programmes took part. […]
24 August 2010

ABC News on Campus Project Enters Second Year

The ABC News on Campus Project – a joint venture between the American Broadcasting Company and the JMSC – has been given the green light to continue this academic year.