Student articles

A mixture of hard news, narrative features and profiles by Bachelor and Master of Journalism students, including ones published on the JMSC Dispatches and Reporting Health & Medicine websites:

7 October 2021

HKU Journalism students attend Carrie Lam’s policy address

On Wednesday, October 6, Chief Executive Carrie Lam presented her long-anticipated policy address. We sent two students to the press conference. You can click on the two stories below to read all about the experiences […]
4 June 2018

Local identity issues in focus in student documentaries

By Yiduan Wu Identity issues in Hong Kong were the subject of this year’s documentaries produced by journalism postgraduates at the University of Hong Kong. Four documentaries, each lasting around 15 minutes, showed the stories […]
7 May 2018

Work by JMSC students featured in FCC photography exhibit

  By Tongtong Li Photographs of street views and political activists dominated the photographs displayed in the “Young Lenses” student photography exhibition held at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club from 2-11 May. The exhibition displayed photographs […]
23 November 2017

A film journey between the East and West: A dialogue with Oscar-nominated filmmaker Shuibo Wang

By Carmel Yang Soft-spoken and bespectacled, Shui-Bo Wang looks every bit like an artist. In Hong Kong for a seminar at the University of Hong Kong, curated by Oscar-winning filmmaker Ruby Yang as part of […]
27 October 2017

Hong Kong Police stress accuracy in media at HKU talk

By Suhas Bhat A senior inspector from the Hong Kong Police spoke to students at the University of Hong Kong on Thursday, 26 October 2017, and stressed the importance of accuracy in the media. At […]
6 October 2017

JMSC faculty share research about “fake news” and techniques on how to navigate the media

By Martin Choi The Journalism and Media Studies Centre held its first series of lunchtime talks this year titled “Journalism in the Age of ‘Fake News’” over the course of three weeks, at a time […]
3 August 2017

Retiring in the East: dean of social sciences faculty achieves 40 years with HKU

  By Tamsyn Burgmann John Burns watched nervously out his window on 30 June 1997 as British military ships and helicopters made a final inspection tour of the East Lamma Channel, contemplating the era about […]
6 April 2017

Senior HKU students breakfast more often than younger students

By Xinyue Ji | A quick ( and not necessarily scientific) survey by this website found that  HKU students above the age of 22 tend to eat breakfast more than four times a week compared […]
5 April 2017

Could skipping breakfast be good for you?

By Queenie Wong “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” Is that true? A recent study published by Frontiers showed that skipping breakfast could be beneficial. Skipping breakfast could be a way to force […]
5 April 2017

Regular legume consumption could help reduce diabetes risk

By Ray Zisong Yu | April 2, 2017 Eating lentils and other legumes regularly may help prevent type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study by scientists at Rovira i Virgili University, Spain. The study […]
20 March 2017

Illegal sale of antibiotics still common in Hong Kong

By Natasha Fernandes Pharmacies in Hong Kong are selling antibiotics over the counter without asking for a prescription from customers, an investigation by this health news site  has found, despite the government’s latest effort to combat the drug […]
2 March 2017

Traditional Chinese Medicine May Offer Hope for AIDS

By Raymond Yu | Feb. 16, 2017 — Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is often used as either a complement or an alternative to western medicine for a variety of illness. A recent study indicates that […]
2 March 2017

H7N9 bird flu cases soar in China

By Queenie Wong The H7N9 bird flu outbreak has killed 79 people in China this January, which was 16 times more of same period in last year. 5 people were died from H7N9 bird flu […]
2 March 2017

Nicotine Craving Can Be Possibly Decreased with the Help of Medicine

By Xinyue Ji | Feb. 19, 2017 — It’s a story all too familiar – you hear people talking about quitting smoking for the sixth or seventh time, only to see them relapsing within a short […]
2 March 2017

Need for Mental Health Support in Schools Recognized in the UK and Hong Kong

By Gigi Chiu 12 Feb 2017 With rapid rise of student suicide cases in the UK and Hong Kong,  both governments have recently taken steps to implement student mental health support systems in schools in […]