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Cathy joined the University this year and works in an administrative department. As a young professional, she is eager to immerse herself in all the opportunities that the University offers. With a newcomer’s lack of preconceived notions, she offers a fresh look at the various facets of HKBU life.


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Inspiring future journalists
2012-11-28 11:27:19.0 網誌分類: 我的專業
 

Last week was an exciting one for journalism students and anyone interested in news media with six winners of the Pulitzer Prize, and two guest speakers visiting HKBU as part of the Pulitzer Prize Winners Workshop. The line-up of speakers was so tempting that I had trouble choosing which one to go to.

Finally, I attended a class sharing by Mr Clifford Levy, Deputy Editor of The New York Times, who had won the prestigious prize twice – in 2003 in the investigative reporting category and as a member of a team in the international reporting category. The classroom I attended was overflowing with students eager to hear Mr Levy share his experiences of “Reporting on Dissent”, a topic that no doubt struck a chord with many of our aspiring reporters. Mr Levy discussed a series of reports on dissenters in Russia, using them to illustrate techniques students might employ in their own work.

Contrary to the stereotype of students in Hong Kong being a quiet bunch, reluctant to ask questions or draw attention to themselves in class, the students at Mr Levy’s lecture were not hesitant to answer questions thrown at the audience, and their own questions came thick and fast. I witnessed this at another Workshop session I attended as well.

At many of the talks, students asked questions concerning media ethics: How does a photographer decide it’s time to put down his camera and intervene in a story? How does a reporter deal with the guilt of a person he interviewed being beaten up or killed after the interview? They were concerned with the practical realities of journalism and the moral dilemmas they expected to encounter in the field. Their idealism would hearten those cynical about the future of journalism.

 


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