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.
The Hong Kong courts’ practice of limiting public access to court documents undermines open justice and journalists’ ability to accurately report on court cases, Associate Professor Doreen Weisenhaus recently told the South China Morning Post.
Two accomplished journalists have begun conducting new research on China at the JMSC. Nip, a senior lecturer in the University of Sydney’s Department of Media and Communications, was a reporter for the Sing Tao Daily News in London, […]
Students of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre have picked up a total of 68 jobs and internships over the spring and summer through the JMSC Careers and Internships programme. The placements bring the overall number of jobs […]
Two students in the JMSC’s Master of Journalism programme have produced an interactive timeline of the recent National Security Agency intelligence leaks – which made headlines all over the world – that was picked up by […]
Irene Jay Liu, news editor for data at Thomson Reuters, will deliver a talk at the JMSC on Connected China, a new website that tracks the changing relationships among China’s governing elite, on Friday, April 19. Connected […]
Registration is now open for the third annual New Media Conference hosted by the JMSC and the Asia chapter of the Asian-American Journalists Association in Hong Kong. This year’s conference, entitled New.Now.Next (N3), will take place at […]
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 […]