Drawing on data collected from a set of online forums and social media, Dr King-wa Fu will explore the characteristics and patterns of public opinion about the Hong Kong government in this public seminar. Fu […]
Seven JMSC undergraduates will head to Japan next month to cover the first anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami for international news organisations. The March 7-12 trip has been organised by JMSC Teaching Consultant, […]
A JMSC student team assigned to cover a recent conference arranged by the medical faculty’s Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine impressed the organisers with their professionalism. The six, chosen from JMSC Associate Professor Thomas […]
Google will fund two full-tuition scholarships for Master of Journalism candidates with solid computer technology backgrounds. The scholarships will provide support for the field of data journalism, one of the new areas of focus at the JMSC.
Adi Ignatius, Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Business Review, will discuss the state of the news media in the United States in a talk titled Journalism: a status report from America, on Friday, February 17, 2012. Ignatius joined the Harvard […]
Two ranking Bloomberg staffers will talk on Friday, February 10 about paid summertime internships at the financial news service. Jasper Wong, Asia Pacific campus recruiter for Bloomberg, and Hwee Ann Tan, Bloomberg Hong Kong bureau chief, […]
Master of Journalism students shared stories about their recent internship experiences at an open session at the JMSC. 20 MJs gave five minute presentations about their internships in media organisations in Hong Kong and abroad. […]