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What? I have to pay for news?

  • 2012-11-15
  • 2012-11-15

Nobody enjoys hitting a wall, especially one that asks you to pay before you can read an article online. But despite how much you hate paywalls, they will be either here to stay or gone with the newspapers altogether.

An interview with Mike Chinoy

  • 2012-11-15
  • 2012-11-15

  [author] [author_image timthumb='on']http://tyr.journalism.hkbu.edu.hk/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Mike-Chinoy.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Mike Chinoy is a Senior Fellow at the US-China Institute of University of Southern California and a former Asia bureau chief at CNN. He has covered China since 1975 and published multiple books on the country. I interviewed him on the US election day in the U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong & Macau, where he gave a speech on the election and US politics.[/author_info] [/author]   We've heard a lot about China during the US presidential election, what about Hong Kong in particular – what does the election result mean to Hong Kong? I think across the board, America has an interest in seeing "one country two systems" work.

An interview with Keith Bradsher

  • 2012-10-15
  • 2012-10-15

  [author] [author_image timthumb='on']http://tyr.journalism.hkbu.edu.hk/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Keith-Bradsher.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Keith Bradsher started reporting for the New York Times since 1989 and became the Hong Kong bureau chief in 2002. He has won awards for his coverage of clean enerygy in China and sport utility vehicles in the United States. He now covers primarily business and economic news in China and Asia.[/author_info] [/author]   What does the Hong Kong bureau of the New York Times do? The New York Times bureau in Hong Kong is tiny: a longtime local news assistant and me. In addition to serving as Hong Kong bureau chief, I carry a second title that is more indicative of my actual responsibilities: senior writer for Asian economics and business. My title as Hong Kong bureau chief only means that I am the most senior (actually, the only) foreign correspondent for the newspaper in Hong Kong, and should not be taken to mean that I focus primarily on Hong Kong news.

Can the web really save Newsweek?

  • 2012-10-15
  • 2012-10-15

When Newsweek editor-in-chief Tina Brown announced in mid October that the 80-year-old weekly would drop its print edition and go all digital in 2013, the whole print industry reacted as if journalism had lost yet another battle against the internet.