The Boundaries of Journalism?
Date: Dec 1, 2020
Venue: Live webinar
Dr. Chi-kit Chan (Associate Professor, School of Communication, Hang Seng University of Hong Kong)
Ms. Bonnie Chiu (Senior Lecturer, Department of Journalism, Hong Kong Baptist University)
Mr. Kenneth Kwok (Chief Superintendent of Police Public Relations Branch)
Mr. Chris Yeung (Chairman of Hong Kong Journalists Association)
Dr. Kaman Lee (Head of Department of Journalism and Communication, Hong Kong Shue Yan University)
(in alphabetical order)
Registration required for non-journalism students to join the live webinar session
(All journalism students will obtain the webinar link via Moodle)
Dr. Chi-kit Chan
Dr. Chi-kit Chan is an associate professor at the School of Communication, Hang Seng University of Hong Kong. His research interests primarily focused on communication and media with both quantitative and qualitative social research. He has published research articles in leading journals including Journalism, Chinese Journal of Communication, and China Perspectives. He is also active in major mainstream media as a columnist at Mingpao and a commentator for RTHK.
Ms. Bonnie Chiu
Ms. Bonnie Chiu was born in and grew up in Hong Kong. She received a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Communication at Hong Kong Baptist College, Master of Arts degree in Legal Studies from the University of Bristol and a Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from City University of Hong Kong.
She has extensive broadcast journalism experience in both reporting and anchoring. Ms. Chiu worked for the television division of Radio Television Hong Kong, Asia Television Limited, Cable TV and Television Broadcasts Limited. In addition, she once worked as an intern at United Nations Radio in New York and as a trainee solicitor in one of the Hong Kong’s largest and leading law firms. Ms. Chiu is a solicitor admitted in the High Court of Hong Kong.
Mr. Kenneth Kwok
Mr. Kenneth Kwok served the community as a Junior Police Call leader before joining the Hong Kong Police Force in 1998. His policing experience covers frontline operational command, counter terrorism, aviation security, professional training, human resources management and police public relations.
Between 2007 and 2011, Mr. Kwok worked in the Commissioner’s Office as the Personal Assistant to the Commissioner of Police. He was seconded to the Australian Institute of Police Management in Sydney as a Visiting Fellow between 2014 and 2015. In 2018, Mr. Kwok was promoted to Chief Superintendent of Police and discharged duties in the Conditions of Service and Discipline Branch. In November 2019, he took command of the Police Public Relations Branch.
Mr. Chris Yeung
Chris Yeung is the chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, Chief Writer at CitizenNews, and the founder and editor of Voice of Hong Kong. He is a veteran journalist who formerly worked with the South China Morning Post and the Hong Kong Economic Journal. He writes on Greater China issues.
Please contact Mr. Joshua BUT
Department of Journalism and Communication
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
陳智傑博士的研究興趣包括新聞學、媒體社會學及政治傳播，文章見於《Journalism》、《Chinese Journal of Communication》及《China Perspectives》等國際學術期刊。陳智傑於《明報》撰寫專欄，現在是香港電台節目《自由風 自由Phone》的評論員。