7 September 2022

JNI and HKU Journalism launch Opportunity Fellowships

Journalists from Myanmar and Afghanistan join the University of Hong Kong’s Master of Journalism program this month, thanks to a fellowship from the Sydney-based Judith Neilson Institute and HKU Journalism. Ms Su Myat Mon from […]
26 July 2022
Meredith Chen on assignment

Meredith Chen Yuxiao wins the 2022 Mick Deane Scholarship

HKU Journalism and Asia Pacific Vision are proud to award outstanding video journalism with the Mick Deane Scholarship. This year, the award goes to Meredith Chen Yuxiao, 2022 graduate of the HKU Journalism Masters Programme. […]
15 April 2022

Statement regarding the charges against Allan Au Ka-lun

HKU Journalism echoes the concerns over charges laid against veteran journalist Allan Au Ka-lung. Au is a highly respected member of our community, whose integrity and diligence was recognised with a Peabody Award and John S. Knight […]
21 January 2022

Annie Lab becomes an accredited signatory of International Fact-Checking Network

Annie Lab is now a verified member of the Code of Principles by the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at Poynter Institute. The student-driven fact-checking operation is run by HKU Journalism in collaboration with the Asian Network of […]
17 December 2021

JNI-HKU Opportunity Fellowships launched to support journalists from Myanmar and Afghanistan

The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas and HKU Journalism have launched the JNI-HKU Opportunity Fellowships to give professional development opportunities to two journalists from Myanmar and Afghanistan. JNI-HKU Opportunity Fellowship recipients will undertake a Master […]
8 November 2021

Mick Deane Scholarship announcement

Eight years have passed since TV journalist Mick Deane was killed by a sniper’s bullet while covering anti-coup protests in Egypt. In Mick’s honour, his friends at Asia Pacific Vision and HKU Journalism established the […]
12 July 2021

Hong Kong universities forge ahead on tough topics

25 June 2021

‘Painful farewell’: Hongkongers queue for hours to buy final Apple Daily edition