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SHER Cheung Ngai, GeorgeBachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2014 Graduate
Working at Hong Kong Cable Television Limited
HSIAO Chin Hang, WoodyBachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2015 Graduate
Working at Hong Kong Economic Times Limited
KAN Wai Yi, WinnieBachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2015 Graduate
Working at Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)
WONG Lai Ching, KatherineBachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Corporate Communication Concentration
2015 Graduate
Working at Corporate Communications Division of Urban Renewal Authority
Advancement to MSSc in Corporate Communication, CUHK
LEE Ngan Chai, ChaiBachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2015 Graduate
Manager at a PR and event agency in Greater China


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SHER Cheung Ngai, George

Bachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2014 Graduate
Working at Hong Kong Cable Television Limited

It has been 2 years since George graduated from HSMC.  He chose to study journalism at HSMC a few years back, and it turned out to be one of the best choices he has ever made in his life. HSMC has always maintained close connection with the media, and during his second year of study, he received an internship opportunity at Cable TV, through which he started his career as a professional news anchor.

HSMC has trained him to look at things from different perspectives.  At the College, he was taught the required skills for being a professional journalist, such as newswriting, public speaking and doing research.  Under the guidance of devoted professors, he made great progress both professionally and academically.  “Being a news anchor is by no means an easy task, but it is so much easier if you are on a right path. In my case it is studying journalism at HSMC.”

SHER Cheung Ngai, George


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HSIAO Chin Hang, Woody

Bachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2015 Graduate
Working at Hong Kong Economic Times Limited

Woody is grateful that during his four-year BJC study, he managed to find his career path. Before, he had no interests in the sophisticated financial news as he had not studied any business subjects in secondary school. After learning step-by-step the basics and doing well-planned practical exercises, he is now more able to handle financial information. After a precious internship opportunity at Cable TV, he realised that possessing both business knowledge and journalist skill-sets really helps sharpen his competitive edge in the job market.

He would like to express his deep gratitude to professors and lecturers for building close relationships with him, and giving him career advice even after graduation. He was encouraged by them and decided to sit for the Charted Financial Analyst (CFA) Programme examination as an advancement in his career.

“Do the thing you fear, conquer it and you may love it eventually,” he wishes to encourage all BJC schoolmates to grasp every opportunity to equip themselves with business and finance knowledge.

HSIAO Chin Hang, Woody


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KAN Wai Yi, Winnie

Bachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2015 Graduate
Working at Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)

To Winnie, there were many unforgettable moments in her 4-year BJC life, like spending lots of quality time with her dear schoolmates, joining BJC Goodwill Ambassadors and workshops related to TV Production, News Anchoring and Radio, and so on.

She would like to give special thanks to Ms Jolly Wong and Ms Tracy Kwan, the current news anchors in Cable TV, who have taught her lots of skills regarding news stories presentation in the Anchoring Workshop provided by the School of Communication. Their precious work experience helped her a lot in developing her career.

Most importantly, she is really thankful for all the chances and helping hands given by the School of Communication, especially when she had hard times. She would like to express her gratitude to Dean Scarlet Tso and Associate Dean James Chang by heart for their caring and support all along.

“Chance favours the prepared mind”. She wishes all BJC Graduates to keep on shining in the future.

KAN Wai Yi, Winnie


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WONG Lai Ching, Katherine

Bachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Corporate Communication Concentration
2015 Graduate
Working at Corporate Communications Division of Urban Renewal Authority
Advancement to MSSc in Corporate Communication, CUHK

“Studying at the School of Communication of HSMC, I found the direction of my career development!”

Katherine is grateful that throughout the 4-year undergraduate study, the professors and lecturers genuinely cared about their future by offering them with ample opportunities. Communication knowledge and professional trainings provided by the Bachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) programme have greatly helped in building a solid foundation and inspired her to find the direction of her career development.

The programme incorporating elements of commerce provided specialised, business-oriented knowledge for her to adapt to Hong Kong’s fast-paced commercial environment. General Education courses in the curriculum also helped develop critical thinking and global perspective. She was equipped with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills which allowed her to perform well in her capacity working at the Corporate Communications Division of the Urban Renewal Authority.

WONG Lai Ching, Katherine


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LEE Ngan Chai, Chai

Bachelor of Journalism and Communication (Honours) – Business Journalism Concentration
2015 Graduate
Manager at a PR and event agency in Greater China

Chai is Manager of Marketing Communication at a PR and event agency in Greater China.

She finds the BJC programme of HSMC very useful, which enables her to learn more about how to prepare financial news and enhances her communication skills. The School of Communication also provided her with intern jobs which helped enhance her interpersonal communication skills and expand her personal network. She loves trying things new and has the passion to explore the world. She is thankful to the College and all the teachers.

She believes that both study and career are essential elements in life but not the ultimate goals. The most important thing is not what job you are doing, but the aspiration you have. She hopes BJC students can move forward with faith.

LEE Ngan Chai, Chai