In a CSSC Encounters interview aired by Community TV in Amherst, Massachusetts, USA, Professor Lee Chin-Chuan emphasizes the centrality of cultural knowledge in reflecting on the local “lived and living experiences” to develop a broader and cosmopolitan perspective of how communication works in the world. To this end, he urges to reject both the imperialism
The Department of Media and Communication cosponors a conference, entitled “The Future of U.S.-China Media Communication and Public Diplomacy in a Post-Crisis World,” with the University of Massachusetts and Huazhong University of Science and Technology, to be held in Amherst, MA from 23 to 25 August 2011. This marks the fourth conference of this kind.
The fourth annual conference on Chinese communication research will be held at CityU from 1-5 August, the place where the whole project started. Since 2005, the Department of Media and Communication (and its predecessor) has hosted 97 young communication scholars from almost all of China's top institutions. Close to 50 alumni will return to their home to attend the
A report on Chinese investigation reporters was presented by Dr. Shen Fei along with Dr. Zhang Zhi'an, his collaborator from Fudan University on June 12th at a conference entitled 'Investigative Journalism in Digital Age' in Shanghai. The conference was hosted by Shanghai Innovative Research Base of Social Sciences and the New Media research Center at
Two batches of fourteen young scholars from mainland China visited COM in March and April. In four weeks’ time, they interacted with COM faculty members, worked on their proposed projects, and immersed themselves in local Hong Kong culture. This year’s participants, like their counterparts in previous years, have expressed much appreciation for the opportunity that