In the January edition of SYUJC Newsletter, JC alumni Philip Kwong, of class 2017, shared with our current students about his journey to transform himself from a journalist to a public affairs and communications specialist for Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The newsletter also reported on our latest internship workshop and JMC Talks.
In conjunction with the release of findings, the research team of Chinese Martial Arts and Sports Culture Communication also hosted an extended exhibition at the Jockey Club Multimedia Production Centre in Braemar Hill campus. The exhibition showcased familiar training tools of Chinese Martial Arts, as well as precious historical documents from Hong Kong’s Ving Tsun and Tai Chi grandmasters. Students, teachers and members of the public were invited to the exhibition, spanning between January 27 and February 3, 2024.
The research team of Chinese Martial Arts and Sports Culture Communication, a project led by Associate Professor Dr. Lee Ka Man, was delighted to release its findings to members of the public on January 27, 2024. The research tracked how local and overseas Chinese martial arts masters break through territorial boundaries over the past few decades to inherit the skills and essence through mass communication, interpersonal communication, and organizational communication. The project also demonstrated the use of cutting-edge technology such as artificial intelligence in the modern artistry of Chinese martial arts.