30 January 2024

Hui Siu Fun

Honorary Lecturer Hui Siu Fun, a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University (2011), is a veteran journalist with 29 years of experience in the local media industry. She specializes in writing feature stories and producing news […]
12 September 2017

Marianne Bray

Honorary Lecturer mfbray03@hku.hk Marianne Bray has worked as a reporter and editor in Hong Kong and New York, working for CNN.com, AFP, Reuters, Bridge News, and Bloomberg. Her stories have appeared in newspapers around the world, […]
12 January 2017

George Russell

Editor-at-Large russellg@hku.hk George Russell is an editor with the Financial Times and a writer whose work primarily focuses on business but also includes law, accounting, and social and cultural matters. George’s writing has appeared in The […]
25 August 2016

Patrick Yu

Honorary Lecturer patrick.yu@fleishman.com Patrick Yu is senior vice president and partner at FleishmanHillard Hong Kong and the head of financial and professional services in Asia Pacific for the firm. Patrick has a broad range of […]
25 August 2016

Peter Eng

Honorary Lecturer petereng@hku.hk Peter Eng is an Asian-American independent journalism trainer, editor, and writer. Since 1999, he has trained numerous journalists in across Asia, taught in universities, newsrooms, and workshops funded by international organisations, governments, […]
11 August 2015

Keith B. Richburg

Director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre and Professor of Practice richburg@hku.hk Keith Richburg is a journalist and former China correspondent who spent more than 30 years overseas for The Washington Post, serving as […]
29 November 2014

Kees Metselaar

Honorary Lecturer photokees@yahoo.com Kees Metselaar graduated as a scientist from the Free University in Amsterdam before he became a full-time photojournalist in the mid-eighties. His first big story was the fall of dictator Ferdinand Marcos […]
28 May 2014

Cliff Buddle

Honorary Lecturer cliff.buddle@scmp.com Cliff Buddle began his career covering cases at the Central Criminal Court in London. He was brought to Hong Kong by the South China Morning Post in 1994, and as chief court […]