5 October 2018

Tamsyn Burgmann

MJ2017, Editor, The New York Times “Journalism, for me, is a calling and one the JMSC answered heartily. I got to pick the brains of our craft’s legends in Asia. Geek out with peers over […]
5 October 2018

Ernest Chan

MJ 2017, Reporter, Financial Times “The MJ programme represented a career switch for me after several years working in tech in Hong Kong. The experience brought me up to speed with some of the hard […]
28 August 2018

Behind social media – privacy and free speech (4 Sep)

The internet and, in particular social media platforms are enjoying an increasing level of influence. However, technology brings both convenience and risks: our personal information is vulnerable online, and people may be held liable for […]
10 July 2018

WeChatscope

WeChatscope aims to make censored articles of WeChat’s public accounts in China open access. The project is designed and developed by a research team at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC), The University of Hong Kong, monitoring a list of selected WeChat public accounts and detecting removed contents.
28 February 2017

Profile: Greg Sung discovers himself through his startup businesses

by Echo Huang | Jan 4, 2016 Wearing a deep grey Polo shirt, a pair of dark blue jeans and a pair of sneakers, 36-year-old Gregory Sung is like any other man you would see […]
28 February 2017

Five things you didn’t know about sleeping

By Charles Kan We all know sleep is essential to every human being, yet city dwellers are not fully aware of the implications of not having a good night’s sleep. Constant yawning and dragging your […]
28 February 2017

Grandma Leong literally hits the bad spirits away

by MaggieTan | Jan 4, 2016 “Good fortune for you! Good fortune for you!” Surrounded by iconoclasts of the goddess of compassion and god of war, Grandma Leong conjured invisible forces and began to hit […]
28 February 2017

Red alert: Too much sugar in drinks for children, study finds

By Kevin Kung Drinks marketed to children were found to have ‘unacceptably’ high sugar contents,  recent research published in the BMJ found. A research team at the University of Liverpool and the University of London […]