Nine of our Bachelor of Journalism students embarked on a reporting trip, supported by the Gallant Ho Experiential Learning Fund, to explore sustainable development issues in Malaysia in June. During the trip they produced a story for Asia Sentinel on Sunway City and its transformation, which included an interview with the founder and chairman of Sunway Group, Tan Sri Dr. Jeffrey Cheah. See more from their three weeks in Malaysia on Instagram.

29 June 2018

JMSC undergrads in Malaysia on reporting trip

Nine of our Bachelor of Journalism students embarked on a reporting trip, supported by the Gallant Ho Experiential Learning Fund, to explore sustainable development issues in Malaysia in June. During the trip they produced a story […]
19 June 2018

Admit it: Trump’s Singapore date with Kim made us all safer

11 June 2018

Sleepless in Singapore: Dear Trump, some dos and don’ts for your big date with Kim

11 June 2018

Divided city, divided campus – who can mend the rift between mainland and local students?

5 June 2018

How two green schools in Hong Kong are teaching sustainability to children and leading the way in local education community

4 June 2018

Local identity issues in focus in student documentaries

By Yiduan Wu Identity issues in Hong Kong were the subject of this year’s documentaries produced by journalism postgraduates at the University of Hong Kong. Four documentaries, each lasting around 15 minutes, showed the stories […]
1 June 2018

Pirates of the Caribbean – and Africa, and Asia