8 April 2020

Limited early warnings and public attention to COVID-19 in China, January-February, 2020: a longitudinal cohort of randomly sampled Weibo users

8 April 2020

Singapore introduced tough laws against fake news. Coronavirus has put them to the test.

27 March 2020

(31 Mar) Learn to decode what you hear about COVID-19

Joint SPH – JMSC workshop for journalists on COVID-19 and other infectious diseases  This workshop is a pilot programme jointly presented by The University of Hong Kong’s  School of Public Health of HKUMed and Journalism and […]
26 March 2020

New series: Journalists in chairs drinking wine

Jeff Timmermans, Director of the Bachelor of Journalism programme, launched a new series in March, Journalists in chairs drinking wine, where he invites journalists to our broadcast studio at Eliot Hall to talk about their work. […]
11 March 2020

Trees not car parks – why Hong Kong needs a city-wide ‘greening master plan’

11 March 2020

How Hong Kong’s social enterprises are tackling the coronavirus

18 February 2020

JMSC students write for FCCHK’s The Correspondent

Five JMSC students shared their experiences about the anti-extradition bill protests in the latest issue of The Correspondent, the official publication of the Foreign Correspondents’ Club Hong Kong. They wrote about “what the unrest has […]
18 February 2020

BJ alumna nominated for Venice TV Award

Congratulations to Yvonne Tong (BJ 2013) whose RTHK documentary In the Prisons that Don’t Exist was nominated for Best News Program at the Venice TV Award 2019. Yvonne was the producer of the 46-min documentary on the RTHK […]