China in Africa, a term encompassing all aspects of China’s growing relationship with the countries of Africa, is “among the top uncovered but important stories of our time”, says Professor Ying Chan, the Director of the JMSC. […]
The University of Hong Kong is proud of its journalism programme and is committed to supporting it and helping it grow, says Deputy Vice Chancellor Roland Chin. He made the pledge recently at a gathering of HKU’s journalism alumni, hosted by HKU Vice Chancellor Lap-Chee Tsui and Professor Ying Chan, founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC).
Four students in the JMSC’s Master of Journalism programme are winding up the first internships the school has ever arranged in Burma. Ma Ning (MJ, 2013) and Tony Yoo (MJ, 2013) interned with The Myanmar Times, whose co-founder and deputy CEO, […]
Five JMSC Bachelor of Journalism (BJ) students put on a live newscast in front of a room full of prospective students and their parents on November 10 as part of Hong Kong University’s annual Information […]
The JMSC has been designated the administrator of the Society of Publishers in Asia Awards for the third year in a row. As awards’ administrator, the JMSC’s duties include finalising the rules and entry requirements, […]
The JMSC has joined forces with Stony Brook University in New York State to expand “news literacy” teaching into the curricula at both The University of Hong Kong and other universities in Asia. News literacy […]
The University of Hong Kong has launched a global search to find the next Director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC). The search committee consists of Hong Kong University professors and is headed […]
The JMSC has been designated the administrator of this year's Society of Publishers in Asia Awards. Rusty Todd, Visiting Professor and Director of Business Journalism at the JMSC, will serve as Head of Judges.