13 September 2018

JMSC welcomes 100 new students

By George W. Russell The Journalism and Media Studies Centre has welcomed 32 new students to its Bachelor of Journalism Class of 2022. An orientation for the incoming BJs was held on 29 August at […]
13 September 2018

SCMP CEO Gary Liu kicks off this year’s on-campus events

We kicked off our on-campus events this semester with a visit from Gary Liu, CEO of the South China Morning Post, on 12 September. The informal session moderated by our adjunct professor Ross Settles centred on SCMP’s […]
29 June 2018

JMSC undergrads in Malaysia on reporting trip

Nine of our Bachelor of Journalism students embarked on a reporting trip, supported by the Gallant Ho Experiential Learning Fund, to explore sustainable development issues in Malaysia in June. During the trip they produced a story […]
17 May 2017

JMSC undergraduate wins Human Rights Press Award for second year running

Martin Choi, a third-year Bachelor of Journalism student at the JMSC, has won the University English-Language Broadcast Prize at this year’s Human Rights Press Awards. It is the second year in a row that a […]
18 January 2016

Investigating the immortal dragon

Dragons feature heavily in Asian culture and are popular in modern TV programmes and films around the world, but what is the dragon―as a creature, and a concept―really all about? A podcast produced by Bachelor […]
11 January 2016

A fresh look at Hong Kong: JMSC undergraduates shine a light on social issues in the city through video projects

A report on how NGOs are trying to protect vulnerable children in HK’s poorest areas and the story of how hundreds in the city are facing a long wait for sex reassignment surgery are two […]
1 July 2015

Trauma reporting needs citizen journalists, says Dart professor

Citizen journalism needs to be embraced for its role in providing on-the-ground reporting on trauma and disasters, according to award winning journalist Bruce Shapiro.
6 May 2015

Bachelor of Journalism student wins Human Rights Press Award essay contest

Gloria Cheung, a bachelor of journalism student at the JMSC, has won the inaugural Human Rights Press Awards essay contest.