年輕人的身影，在2019年六月至今仍未結束的抗爭運動中隨處可見。這一場以年輕人為主導的抗爭運動，令年輕人被部份社會人士掛上「暴徒」的稱號。 究竟，運動是否令「年輕」成為一種原罪呢？ 製作團隊：陳靖祈 黃子穎 高子信 鄺韻 https://scom.hsu.edu.hk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/年輕就是罪-ver6.mp4
HSUHK’s School of Communication (SCOM) organised a 4-day trip to Taipei for SCOM students during the Taiwan Presidential Election period from 4 January to 7 January 2020.
Students from the School of Communication (SCOM) of The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK) clinched a total of 9 awards in the 2019 Campus Newspaper Awards hosted by China Daily.
In order to enhance students’ understanding of the development of journalism in Hong Kong, Dr. Clio WU and Senior Lecturer Ms. Glacial CHENG accompanied 26 students from the School of Communication (SCOM) to visit Hong Kong News-Expo (HKNE) on 24 October.
SCOM Talk Series 36, organised by the School of Communication, was held on 3 October 2019. Mr Jack Lee was invited to be the guest speaker to share with SCOM teachers and students the latest developments of the rapidly growing KOL industry.
Led by Professor TSO Hung, Associate Vice-President (Communications and Public Affairs) and Dean of School of Communication (SCOM) of The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK)…