Two of our recent graduates were honoured at this year’s State Street Institutional Press Awards, Asia Pacific. Ernest Chan (MJ 2017) was named “Best Newcomer” for his piece, “Investing amid uncertainty”, for AsianInvestor. Suhas Bhat (MJ 2018), whose winning piece was for The CorporateTreasurer, was also recognized for his work in the same category.

 

Suhas Bhat (fourth from left) and Ernest Chan (fifth from left) with their colleagues at the awards ceremony.

Photos courtesy of Ernest Chan.

11 December 2018

JMSC alumni named best newcomers at institutional press awards

    Two of our recent graduates were honoured at this year’s State Street Institutional Press Awards, Asia Pacific. Ernest Chan (MJ 2017) was named “Best Newcomer” for his piece, “Investing amid uncertainty”, for AsianInvestor. Suhas Bhat (MJ […]
26 April 2016

Investigating financial scandals requires patience, says 2016 Pulitzer Prize nominee

Investigating financial scandals isn’t always sexy and requires the patience to sift through mounds of financial disclosure documents, The Wall Street Journal’s Tom Wright has told JMSC students. Wright, Asia Economics Editor for the Journal, […]
6 January 2016

Growing in an international media organisation – Huang Zheping

Earlier last year at Shanghai’s seventh annual ‘Love and Marriage Expo’, thousands of single people under the age of 40 gathered, looking for their potential other halves. Surrounded by marriage-seeking young people, their parents and […]
1 December 2015

Writing business news – insights from the front line

Reporters can focus on a human story or explain a process in detail to produce compelling financial stories, said Yumiko Ono, Asia Digital Editor for The Wall Street Journal.
28 May 2014

JMSC Alum Publishes New Fiction Set in India

A JMSC alumnus has just published a new fictional story set in Mumbai about a young adult who embarks on a mission to get her single mother dating again.
17 December 2013

Two Veteran Journalists from Top U.S. News Organizations Join JMSC Faculty

Two seasoned journalists from The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times have joined the Journalism and Media Studies Centre as Adjust Professors. Adam Najberg (WSJ) will be teaching a course on financial journalism, while Brian Zittel (NYT) will teach opinion writing. Both stress the importance of "telling a good story."
8 September 2011

New RTHK Finance Programme Co-Fronted by JMSC Alumnus

Hong Kong’s RTHK Radio 3 launched a new business and finance show on September 5, 2011 co-fronted by recent MJ graduate, Reenita Malhotra Hora.   Money for Nothing is also co-produced and co-presented by RTHK’s Bryan Curtis […]