The HK Transparency Report published the findings of its survey of cyberspace surveillance in five jurisdictions on 9 February. The research seeks to shed light on solutions for Hong Kong to improve the current surveillance law and calls for the government to issue guidance to law enforcement agencies in accessing user data. Read the full report here. Project manager Benjamin Zhou (second from left) announced the findings at a press conference with Hong Kong legislative councillor Charles Mok (first from left) on 9 February.

9 February 2018

HK Transparency Report publishes latest findings

The HK Transparency Report published the findings of its survey of cyberspace surveillance in five jurisdictions on 9 February. The research seeks to shed light on solutions for Hong Kong to improve the current surveillance law and […]
6 February 2018

“Women Make Docs” symposium

Nancy Tong and Ruby Yang were joined on stage on 6 February by renowned cinematographer Kirsten Johnson and editor Mary Stephen at the “Women Make Docs” symposium where they shared their experiences of making films in […]
2 February 2018

JMSC students broaden their skills, cultural horizons with winter internships

By George Russell From stray dogs to censorship, JMSC’s Master of Journalism candidates encountered a range of real-world issues during their exciting winter internships, in which 55 students were placed in newsrooms around Hong Kong, […]
30 January 2018

Jeff Timmermans hosts talk with The Wall Street Journal Asia editor

Dr. Jeff Timmermans, Associate Professor of Practice, hosted a talk with Andrew Dowell, Asia Editor of The Wall Street Journal, on 30 January at Eliot Hall. They discussed how the Internet age has forced dramatic […]
20 January 2018

Q&A with JMSC director at “The Post” screening

Dozens of JMSC students and staff were treated to a preview of The Post at a theatre in Kowloon on 19 January, followed by a Q&A session with JMSC director Keith Richburg and Lecturer Matt Walsh. Keith, who […]
16 January 2018

2018-19 Master of Journalism Admissions Webinar

If you missed our live admissions webinar on 13 January, you can watch the entire session here. Join Kevin Sites, director of the Master of Journalism programme, Lecturer Sharron Fast, Assistant Lecturer AJ Libunao and three […]
10 January 2018

JMSC talks: Soft Power, Hard Reality: China’s Global Ambitions

PEN Hong Kong and the Journalism and Media Studies Centre jointly present:   Soft Power, Hard Reality: China’s Global Ambitions Speakers:  Natasha Khan and Louisa Lim Moderator:  Ilaria Maria Sala Date:  Wednesday, 17 January 2018 […]
8 December 2017

Time to move on

  By Thomas Abraham In the autumn of 2003, I stepped into a classroom on an upper floor of Meng Wah Complex with all the confidence of a condemned man being delivered to an executioner. I […]