Concerned by growing restrictions on press freedom in Hong Kong and the lack of credible alternative English-language news outlets, JMSC masters of journalism student, Tom Grundy, has teamed up with another journalist to launch a new, independent online newspaper called Hong Kong Free Press.
AAJA-Asia will be hosting its first ever multi-city online journalism event on Nov. 29. Two panels with several top speakers and experienced journalists from across Asia will meet, in person and online, to talk shop. Find out where people are meeting in your city and come join the discussion!
The JMSC will be holding an Admissions Open Day on Friday, November 28, at 6:30pm. It will be held in the Digital Media Lab of Eliot Hall, the JMSC's headquarters on The University of Hong Kong campus.
Visiting Associate Professor Nancy Tong has been producing documentaries for 30 years. She began her career as a news reporter in Hong Kong with HK-TVB. In 1981, she moved to New York City where she […]
JMSC Assistant Professor Fu King-Wa has been awarded two new grants to continue his work investigating the behaviour of social media users in China and Hong Kong and assessing the extent of Chinese government censorship. […]
As thousands of pro-democracy activists block Hong Kong streets to demand the right to choose their own Chief Executive, students from the JMSC have formed on-the-ground news teams to cover this historic event.
The study of Open Data in Asia by Waltraut Ritter draws on field research and interviews in Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.