U-Beat Students Won 23rd Human Rights Press Awards

U-Beat Students Won 23rd Human Rights Press Awards


Students of U-Beat, the School’s undergraduate journalistic publication, won four prizes in the 23rd Human Rights Press Awards. The winner list is as follows:

Student Writing (Chinese)

Half a Century of Heavy Metal Pollution Gives Villagers Deformed Limbs
Liu Dicksa Isabelle, Lam Sum Yi, Shen Qing and Cheung Tung


40 Years After the Yau Ma Tei Boat People Resistance: The Chronicle of Unlawful Assembly
Yu Ka Hin, Ng Wing and Yiu Wing Tung

Inheriting Domestic Violence - How to Escape the Grip of Fate
Kan Hiu Wai, Ng Tsz Kiu and Ng Wing

Student Video & Audio (Chinese)

Autism - A Long Way to Integration
Au Sin Yi, Chan Chun Yiu, Kwok Wing Yee and Ng Chun Chun

The awards are jointly organized by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club Hong Kong, Amnesty International and the Hong Kong Journalists Association. They were the first such honours created in Asia and are the region’s top awards for human rights-related reporting.

Congratulations to the awardees! The School aims at promoting among our students a strong commitment to professional ethics and social responsibility. We sincerely hope that our students will continue to deliver high quality works in the future.

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