14 October 2019

Hong Kong protests and ‘fake news’: in the psychological war for hearts and minds, disinformation becomes a weapon used by both sides

10 October 2019

Why some Hongkongers are taking their chances with the mob

9 October 2019

MJ mini-doc presented at HK festival

The Hong Kong Documentary Film Festival will be screening the directorial debut of our recent Master of Journalism graduate, Mak Ru Yin, on 10 October. Ru Yin and her teammates Sophie Li, Sha Miao and Elise […]
24 September 2019

Video by JMSC undergrads selected for UN sustainable development initiative

Gabriel Fung  and Antonia Tang, both in their second year of the Bachelor of Journalism programme, were part of a HKU team whose mini-doc Diversity in Sham Shui Po was among nine entries selected for the MY World 360º […]
11 September 2019

China Daily newspaper criticised over claim Hong Kong protesters are planning 9/11 terror attack

10 September 2019

Why China went on a global media blitz over the Hong Kong protests – and why it probably won’t work

9 September 2019

JMSC alumnus Ko Swe Win among 2019 Ramon Magsaysay Award honourees

JMSC alumnus Ko Swe Win (MJ 2009), editor-in-chief of Myanmar Now, was among five recipients of the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award this year. He was lauded for “building the quality and force of media’s truth-telling.” The […]
6 September 2019

China’s halting leap forward with childhood cancer care