Four Bachelor of Journalism students have cut their teeth covering two of China’s most important political meetings, the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), contributing reporting to Hong Kong’s Ming Pao and South China Morning Post newspapers.
In an exclusive two-minute video, former Ming Pao editor Kevin Lau called on the Hong Kong police to continue to investigate the violent attack on him and to uncover the mastermind behind the attack. He […]
Four JMSC Bachelor of Journalism students helped cover the recent leadership changes in Beijing for two leading Hong Kong newspapers. The four final-year students were in Beijing between March 1 and 8 for the sessions of China’s […]
JMSC alumni scooped a major award and three merits at the 15th Annual Human Rights Press Awards, co-organised by the Hong Kong Journalists Association, the Foreign Correspondents’ Club and Amnesty International Hong Kong. More than […]
The bylines of many JMSC students and alumni are becoming increasingly familiar to readers of a wide range of Chinese language media in Hong Kong. Rayne Yuen Wai Yin (BJ 2010) interned at Apple Daily […]