MJ 2016, Croucher Foundation

‘Completing a Master of Journalism at the JMSC makes one ready to face any situation and work in any newsroom around the world. My time at the JMSC has taught me that we as reporters need to be flexible, persistent, observant and always have a plan B. At the same time, the experience and exposure I gained here has assisted in my career as a journalist and the diverse set of skills ranging from multimedia to digital storytelling and entrepreneurship I learned has further strengthened it. I’m really grateful to the JMSC and HKU.’

 

28 October 2016

Sonia Awale

MJ 2016, Croucher Foundation ‘Completing a Master of Journalism at the JMSC makes one ready to face any situation and work in any newsroom around the world. My time at the JMSC has taught me […]
28 October 2016

Darkened Screen: Constraints on Foreign Journalists in China

DATE: Thursday 3 November 2016 TIME: 4:30-6:00 p.m. VENUE: MWT4 (Meng Wah Complex, 1/F) ABSTRACT: On September 22, PEN America, the largest of more than 100 centres of PEN International, released Darkened Screen, a report detailing […]
12 October 2016

My internship with ABC News in Beijing and covering the Yulin dog meat festival

(Feature image: Robin Roberts, co-anchor of ABC’s Good Morning America, on the Great Wall of China) By Eric Cheung As one of the Big Three television networks in the United States, ABC News is one […]