JMSC in the news


21 March – The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong: Me and the Media: Freelance business writer George W. Russell

13 March – The Guardian: Despots are embracing Donald Trump’s ‘war on the media’ with open arms

11 March – BBC World Service: The Cultural Frontline

9 March – FTChinese: 心怀故园,挥拳出击:我在港大学做驻外记者 (Chinese article)

7 March – South China Morning Post: Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying seeks ‘exemplary’ damages in defamation suit against legislator Kenneth Leung

18 January – SUPChina: Telling true stories is a booming business in China

7 January – Mingpao:  睇報紙達人鍛治本正人: 事實?真相?意見?睇真啲新聞 (Chinese article)


17 December – Hong Kong Free Press: Facebook sees 212% increase in Hong Kong gov’t user information requests

14 December  Los Angeles Review of Books: From Diamond Village to Wukan: An Interview with the China Media Project’s David Bandurski

4 November  The New York Times: If China Meant to Chill Hong Kong Speech, Booksellers’ Case Did the Job

11 October – South China Morning Post, Young Post: Former ABC News and CNN journalist Anne Kruger gives students a taste of journalism and news reporting at HKU Taster

30 September – South China Morning Post: Hong Kong leader CY Leung piles pressure on Apple Daily newspaper over critical editorial

28 September  The Diplomat: Japanese Vs. Chinese Exceptionalism

24 August The New York Times: How a Hong Kong Filmmaker Came Across a New Kind of Tibetan Business

18 August The Standard: HKU team scoops gong for documentary

1 August – Voice of America Khmer: What Lessons Can Southeast Asia Learn From ‘Brexit’?

24 July South China Morning Post: Hong Kong government to take no action against internet-using jurors – at least this time

10 April South China Morning Post: Typhoon Ying: intrepid Hong Kong reporter who became the story

1 April South China Morning Post: School of hard knocks: journalism is about learning to separate fact from opinion

30 March South China Morning Post: New University of Hong Kong media centre director pledges to uphold its independence and integrity