A book about Chinese architectural design by Sylvia Chan, a graduate of the JMSC’s Master of Journalism programme – Writing In(to) Architecture: China’s Architectural Design and Construction Since 1949 – is due for publication in […]
The opportunities for print reporters are greater in Asia today than in America or Europe. That’s according to Lauren Dockett, JMSC teaching assistant and internship consultant. Dockett, who joined the JMSC staff in September 2011, […]
Thirteen MJ students from a variety of countries have received scholarships for the 2011-2012 school year to help them with their studies at the JMSC. The scholarships are either full, half or quarter and come from donors including the […]
Yuen-Ying Chan Director & Professor email@example.com Thomas Abraham Associate Professor of Practice & Director of Public Health Media Project firstname.lastname@example.org King-Wa Fu Assistant Professor email@example.com Masato Kajimoto Lecturer firstname.lastname@example.org Qian Gang Director of the China […]
Cliff Buddle Honorary Lecturer email@example.com Cliff Buddle, Special Projects Editor at the South China Morning Post, has been a reporter and editor for more than 30 years in London and Hong Kong. He began his career […]
Ford Burkhart Honorary Professor Dr Burkhart is a veteran journalist who has made his mark in the profession and in journalism education. His impressive career as reporter, editor and writer has spanned four decades and […]
The JMSC has added three new adjuncts to its highly experienced teaching staff, and two familiar faces are returning for the spring semester. The new members of the teaching staff are Mike Meyer, Matt Walsh and Danny Gittings. Meyer, who has […]
The JMSC has been designated the administrator of this year's Society of Publishers in Asia Awards. Rusty Todd, Visiting Professor and Director of Business Journalism at the JMSC, will serve as Head of Judges.