14 November 2018

(19 Nov) JMSC talks: Zhan Jiang

Presented by the China Media Project:   Between Moral Offence and Legal Jeopardy: Some observations of corruption amongst Mainland Chinese journalists Speaker:  Professor Zhan Jiang Date:  Monday, 19 November 2018 Time:  6:30-8:00pm Venue:  MWT4, Meng […]
22 April 2016

JMSC’s ‘Birthday Papers’ project helps explore China’s Cultural Revolution 50 years on

JMSC students and alumni are using their parents’ and grandparents’ histories to mark the upcoming 50th anniversary of the start of China’s Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. The project has grown out of class assignments when […]
2 March 2016

China Media Project

The China Media Project leverages the Journalism and Media Studies Centre’s experienced academic staff and extensive contacts with mainland Chinese media, along with its unique position on the doorstep of mainland China, to generate systematic, multi-facted […]
31 October 2014

JMSC welcomes two distinguished visiting educators

Two distinguished educators will be teaching classes and presenting talks at the JMSC in November and December. Lifen Zhang will be teaching about the mainland Chinese media and Dan Gillmor will be teaching journalism entrepreneurship.
8 January 2014

Research Staff

David Bandurski BA (Indiana), MSJ (Northwestern) Research Associate dbandurs@hkucc.hku.hk Audrey Chen Research Assistant audrey6@hku.hk Emma Dong Research Assistant emmad@hku.hk Phoebe Peng Research Assistant phoebeqp@hku.hk Wang Rui Research Assistant ruiwang@hku.hk Karen Zhang Research Assistant karencw@hku.hk
15 June 2013

English-Language Twitter Feed of Posts Censored from Sina Weibo Created by JMSC Students

WeiboTrendsPro, a Twitter feed of English translations of posts that have been deleted from the Chinese social networking website Sina Weibo, has been created by three JMSC graduate students. Chinese censors routinely delete online posts […]
23 November 2012

JMSC Series Unlocks Political Jargon in China

China’s political battles are complicated affairs, waged largely behind the scenes between flesh-and-blood Party leaders with their own, competing agendas. But the language of China’s Party politics – the script that emerges from this backstage […]
22 November 2012

Nov 26: Public Lecture – The 18th Party Congress and Prospects for Political Reform in China

Qian Gang, currently director of the China Media Project, is a veteran Chinese journalist and the author of The Great Tangshan Earthquake. In this talk, Mr. Qian will share his perspectives on the 18th Party Congress of the […]