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  • 07/16/14--18:46: Wincy Chan
  • Wincy has an academic background in psychology, focusing on health and learning development. Her research connects social cognitive and curriculum theories in promoting positive coping and resilience in educational contexts. She teaches research methods, quantitative psychology, educational psychology, and interdisciplinary subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and provides consultation on research designs and teaching and learning […]

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  • 07/28/14--23:35: Joe Ritchie
  • Joe Ritchie’s experience includes more than 20 years each in journalism education and as a working journalist, mostly as an editor in international affairs. He began his journalism career as a reporter for The Washington Post in 1975, and was promoted to assistant foreign editor in 1977.  In 1986 he joined the Detroit Free Press […]

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  • 07/28/14--23:59: Brian Zittel
  • Brian E. Zittel has worked for The New York Times and its global edition since 1996. As an editor for the Views pages of the International Herald Tribune in Paris from 2003 to 2009, he commissioned and edited Op-Ed essays, and edited the Letters to the Editor. He transferred to Hong Kong in 2009, becoming the […]

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  • 08/27/14--00:25: Jamie K. Wardman
  • Dr Jamie K. Wardman is a Research Fellow at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre. His research focuses on the use of media, communication and public information to articulate and manage risk, along with the public and policy impacts associated with their operation across different political and cultural contexts. To date, this research has addressed the communication and governance of […]

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  • 08/27/14--00:30: Jennifer Zhang
  • Jennifer is project manager of Hong Kong Transparency Report, a living report that sheds light on how the government makes user data and content removal requests. Before that she managed several exchange programmes for journalists and academics from mainland China, Taiwan and Germany. Jennifer has over four years’ experience in research and writing, and holds […]

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  • 09/17/14--02:40: Chung Hong Chan
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  • 09/17/14--02:42: Kwun Cheung Chan

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  • 09/17/14--02:58: Dan Gillmor

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  • 10/30/14--23:56: Lifen ZHANG
  • Dr. Lifen ZHANG, Associate Editor, Financial Times, Editor-in-Chief, FTChinese.com (FT’s Chinese language website) Lifen ZHANG is Associate Editor, Financial Times and Editor-in-Chief for FTChinese.com (FT’s Chinese language website). Before joining the FT in 2003 to launch FTChinese.com, Lifen worked for 10 years as assistant producer for BBC TV, producer, senior producer, news/current affairs editor and […]

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  • 11/28/14--19:32: Kees Metselaar
  • Kees Metselaar graduated as a scientist from the Free University in Amsterdam before he became a full time photojournalist in the mid eighties. His first big story was the fall of dictator Marcos in the Philippines in 1986. He photographed famine in the Sudan and the mujahedin in Afghanistan. In the early 1990’s, after he […]

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  • 12/07/14--22:53: Hai Liang
  • Dr Hai Liang is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong. His research interest and background cross science and social science, ranging from social-web data-mining and online user behavior to political deliberation and computational advertising. I have long-term collaborations with neuropsychologists, physicists, and computer scientists. Currently, […]

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  • 02/24/15--18:30: Patrick Boehler
  • Patrick Boehler is a digital editor with the International New York Times. He has written for the South China Morning Post, the Wall Street Journal, Time, Bloomberg, Foreign Policy and regional outlets such as The Irrawaddy, Malaysiakini and Shidai Zhoubao. He holds a doctorate in political science and speaks five languages, including Mandarin. Prior to studying […]

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  • 05/28/14--20:49: Suzuya Tang

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  • 06/26/14--18:57: Roy Ching

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  • 08/10/15--19:56: Keith Richburg
  • Keith B. Richburg spent 34 years with The Washington Post as a reporter, editor and primarily a foreign correspondent. Starting as a summer intern and City Hall reporter, he moved to the Foreign Desk in 1986. He was the Post’s Bureau Chief for Southeast Asia based in Manila from 1986-90; Bureau Chief for Africa from […]

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  • 10/21/14--20:12: Kevin Lau

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  • 02/26/15--19:53: Wylie Cheung

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  • 07/28/14--23:35: Joe Ritchie
  • Joe Ritchie’s experience includes more than 20 years each in journalism education and as a working journalist, mostly as an editor in international affairs. He began his journalism career as a reporter for The Washington Post in 1975, and was promoted to assistant foreign editor in 1977.  In 1986 he joined the Detroit Free Press […]

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  • 08/24/16--19:09: Lucia Siu
  • Honorary Assistant Professor lucia.siu@gmail.com Lucia Siu has conducted research on the sociology of markets, performativity, and digital gaming. She was a journalist at the Hong Kong Economic Times and Hong Kong Economic Journal, and she […]

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  • 08/24/16--19:15: Peter Eng
  • Honorary Lecturer petereng@hku.hk Peter Eng, an Asian-American, is an independent journalism trainer, editor and writer. Since 1999, he has trained numerous journalists in seven Asian countries, teaching in universities, in newsrooms, and in workshops funded […]

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