22 August 2016

JMSC students win TVB documentary competition

A film about a Hong Kong bodybuilder who was born female but now identifies as genderqueer has netted a team of JMSC students the top award in a local documentary competition. The documentary, titled ‘Siu […]
4 August 2016

School pupils get a taste of what it’s like to work as a journalist

Secondary school students from Hong Kong have experienced the world of journalism through a series of workshops at The University of Hong Kong. 100 junior secondary school students aged between 12 and 15 from a […]
20 July 2016

Documentary celebrating peace and friendship through music by Oscar-winning director premieres in Hong Kong

More than 300 guests, including Carrie Lam, Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong SAR Government, attended the premiere of the latest film by Academy Award-winning director Ruby Yang in Hong Kong on 17 […]
8 July 2016

JMSC director named SOPA Honorary Member

Yuen Ying Chan, Director of the JMSC, has been named as an Honorary Member of the Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA). Professor Chan’s induction was announced at a gala dinner for the SOPA 2016 […]
8 July 2016

JMSC students take gold in documentary competition

A team of JMSC students and their teammate from Lingnan University have won the Gold Award in a documentary competition organised by Hong Kong Baptist University. Maggie Tan, Poo Yee Kai and Aston Law of […]
5 July 2016

Student documentaries tell stories of Hong Kong people

  JMSC student filmmakers have produced documentaries telling the stories of ordinary Hong Kong people―delving into their dreams, struggles and searches for identity. The documentaries, each lasting 15 minutes, were shown to HKU staff, students […]
22 June 2016

Mick Deane Scholarship offered for the second year

The Mick Deane Scholarship fund is now being offered for the second year. The fund is open to students who have completed classes and will be working on an individual project, or incoming students who […]
27 May 2016

Experts call for international agreements to clarify privacy and security issues

New international agreements and laws are needed to clarify privacy and security issues for digital communication, according to panelists at a seminar at The University of Hong Kong. Stacy Baird, Chair of Data Sovereignty at […]