30 September 2016

Our Story website launched

Telling 18 years of the JMSC’s history under its founding director, Professor Ying Chan, is no easy task. But we’ve attempted it here, in an ambitious new multimedia website we call Our Story. Our Story […]
17 June 2011

JMSC Book “Global Stories” Published

Global Stories, a collection of 25 nonfiction pieces written by students of the Master of Journalism Literary Journalism course since it was first offered in the Autumn semester of 2001, was published on June 16 […]
17 June 2011

Director of the Reporting and Writing Programme Goes Out With a Bang

Gene Mustain, the Director of Reporting and Writing Programme at the JMSC, has retired after more than a decade of teaching. A party was held to celebrate the event at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club in […]
18 April 2011

MJ Alumni Cover Boao Forum in Hainan

More than 800 international journalists converged on Hainan Island last week for the Boao Forum For Asia, where leaders in government, business and academia shared their visions of the most pressing issues facing Asia and […]
11 March 2011

Journalist Peter Hessler’s Account of Factory Life in China

Peter Hessler, an award-winning author and staff writer at The New Yorker magazine, came to talk at Hong Kong University on March 11, 2011. Hessler hails from America and has been called “one of the […]
15 February 2011

Students and Alumni Secure Positions With Financial Times Publications

The Financial Times (FT) is a world renowned, international British newspaper, which is published in London and 23 other cities round the world. Known for its distinctive salmon-coloured newspaper, the FT is often consumed via […]
4 January 2011

3-3-4 Academic Structure and Centennial Campus

Sheena Yap is a third year Bachelor of Journalism Student at the JMSC. She is Malaysian Chinese, but was born and brought up in Hong Kong. As an Independent Study Project, Yap wrote a story […]
18 November 2010

Guest Speakers Enrich JMSC Classrooms

Many of the JMSC teaching staff are long-time journalists who have connections with all sorts of interesting people working in the press. As a result, professors often ask guest speakers from the industry to come to […]