29 November 2013

Raymond Wong

Raymond R. Wong began his 50–year journalism career at 17 as a reporter in a small Midwestern town in the U.S. Six newspapers and 13 years later, he became the national news editor of the […]
29 October 2013

Kevin Voigt

Kevin Voigt has worked for print, radio and television news companies ranging from small newspapers in the U.S. to The Wall Street Journal. He is currently a senior homepage editor and Asia business editor for […]
27 October 2013

Ruby Yang

Ruby Yang is a noted Chinese-American filmmaker whose work in documentary and dramatic film has earned her an Academy Award, two further Academy nominations, Emmy nominations, and numerous other international awards.
27 October 2013

Corinne Vigniel

Honorary Lecturer cvigniel@gmail.com Corinne Vigniel spent three decades in television news, staying at the cutting edge of the massive changes shaking the media industry. She was one of the first fully multiskilled video journalists at […]
29 September 2013

Arnold Zeitlin

Arnold Zeitlin has been a visiting professor in Guangzhou, teaching students journalism practice and training faculty in the new, English-language journalism programme at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies and serving as consultant to news media […]
29 September 2013

Rob McBride

Rob McBride began his career in the early 1980s, reporting from the Falkland Islands in the aftermath of the South Atlantic Conflict. After working for commercial radio and then Granada TV in Manchester, he transferred […]
29 August 2013

Matt Walsh

Director of Master of Journalism Programme and Lecturer mwalsh@hku.hk Matt Walsh has been in broadcasting and journalism for more than 35 years and has been teaching at the University of Hong Kong’s Journalism and Media […]
20 July 2013

Charile Kwok