James Chan, who is graduating with honors from the JMSC's Bachelor of Journalism programme this year, has won a prestigious scholarship to Oxford University. The award was announced September 10 by The University of Hong Kong.
Problem: as we’re bombarded daily by thousands of bits of digital information, how do we distinguish the accurate from the inaccurate? That question was the focus of a seven-day “news literacy” workshop held last week […]
Several newly minted graduates from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre have parlayed the skills and internship experiences they acquired during their studies into jobs at media organisations in Hong Kong. Vicky Kung (BJ, 2013) […]
Georgia McCafferty is a Master of Journalism student from Australia. She recently wrapped up a three-month internship with CNN International in Hong Kong. Here is what the experience was like: With more crows’ feet and […]
The Journalism and Media Studies Centre hosted a journalism jobs fair last week, and both job-seekers and employers were impressed. “I was really impressed with the talent and enthusiasm of the students at the job […]
The Internet has created a new kind of celebrity, turning writers who are able to produce compelling content and build vivid online identities into superstars. Xeni Jardin, who spoke by Skype to the Journalism and Media […]
Graduate students at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre recently returned from winter internships all over the world with a lot of experience and quite a few published articles under their belts. JMSC students had their […]
Social media is one of the most transformative phenomena of the new century, and this is especially true in China, where it has facilitated the emergence of a new urban civil society with faster and […]