Culture & Leisure
In almost 25 years, the Tian Tan Buddha, the biggest outdoor seated bronze statue of Gautama Buddha on Lantau Island, has become one of the most visited places in Hong Kong.
The Young Reporter (TYR) is an English news publication produced by international journalism students at Hong Kong Baptist University. It started as a printed magazine in 1969. Today, TYR is produced across different platforms.
Hong Kong's zero waste community leaders addressed the importance of switching to waste-free events
The United Nations headquarters of pickpocketing victims
Broadcast News Network (BNN) is a video news channel run by broadcast journalism students at Hong Kong Baptist University. BNN covers daily news stories and features.
The Young Financial Post (TYFP) is a news portal that presents the works of HKBU financial journalism students on Hong Kong and China financial news via text, picture and video.
San Po Yan (SPY) is the longest established university experimental news magazine in Hong Kong. Compiled and edited by journalism students, the magazine is aiming at offering accurate and unbiased news stories.
Pulling insights from data to explore the world and innovate media industry, DMC students will showcase advanced data analysis and journalism skills to be the effective storyteller in this collection.
With a bold and firmed move into the digital age, HKBU students and colleagues present their latest web-based interactive stories in this collection