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.
Become a News Literacy Fellow this summer at the University of Hong Kong. Help pioneer a new course for university students on how to evaluate information coming from the news media! Work and study with […]
Trailblazers in Habits, a documentary film about an American order of nuns, continues to make waves in Hong Kong and abroad. Its director and producer, JMSC's Nancy Tong, was recently profiled in the South China Morning Post.
Two JMSC Bachelor students are competing in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow competition aimed at creating technology to help the environment. Your vote will support the students and the JMSC. Deadline is March 17.
Over the winter break, 40 graduate students from the Journalism and Media Studies Center participated in internships that immersed them in the day-to-day work of practicing journalists. Their experience included writing spot reports, drafting feature stories, and producing television and radio news for a variety of media outlets across the Asia region.
Three graduate students from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre recently earned advanced degrees in journalism – a PhD and two Master of Philosophy degrees. PhD graduate Abdur Razzaque Khan, from Bangladesh, completed his thesis […]
Ruby Yang, the Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, has joined the Journalism and Media Studies Centre as Hong Kong University’s Hung Leung Hau Ling Distinguished Fellow in Humanities. In addition to teaching a course on documentary video production, the Chinese-American filmmaker will be running the “Ruby Yang Workshop.” Both the documentary course and the workshop will be available to all HKU students.