Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism uses eight case studies of Visiting Fellows. Through their stories, it looks at how investigative journalism flourished in China despite state censorship and other political control in the decade running up to 2003.
Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism is a book published by Hong Kong University Press. It’s a must-read for those interested in how the media operates in an ever-changing China. David […]
Rebecca Valli, who recently graduated from the JMSC’s Master of Journalism Programme, is currently working at Voice of America in Beijing. The American international public service broadcaster provides content for radio, TV and the internet. […]
MJ graduate, Yolanda Ma, has been interning at the United Nations Development Programme in Beijing this summer. The UNDP is the United Nations global development fund that helps countries to develop and build their own […]
MJ graduate, Jonathan Stray, has got the job of Interactive Newsroom Technology Manager at the Associated Press (AP) in New York. The American news agency was looking for a senior technical person in their interactives […]
This summer six students from the JMSC are interning in Beijing. The students have been interning at broadcasters NBC, VOA, ABC, Al Jazeera English, CNN, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Annie Tai is […]
Lisa Onland, a first year Bachelor of Journalism student, has been working over the summer at Time Out Hong Kong. Following a successful application and interview earlier this summer, Onland has been writing previews, highlights […]
Every year the JMSC sends exchange students to America’s oldest and one of its best journalism schools at the University of Missouri. The school is famed for its practical teaching methods which, like the JMSC, […]