The Chinese University of Hong Kong Communication Visiting Scholar Program 2014

Media Ethics in the Digital Age

Since its initiation in 2008, the widely received CUHK Communication Visiting Scholar Program has been organized annually by the School of Journalism and Communication at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The Program aims to promote academic exchange and links among Chinese-speaking scholars in cultural China, improve the quality of research of the Chinese research community, and represent the School as the centripetal center of Chinese communication research.

Program Theme 2014
The Centre for Chinese Media and Comparative Communication Research (the C-Centre) of the School of Journalism and Communication is enthusiastic to announce the research theme for the upcoming Seventh Chinese University Communication Visiting Scholar Program in 2014 as ” Media Ethics in the Digital Age”. Instigated by the theme, the C-Center will organize talks, sharing sessions and a two-day workshop related to studies of media ethics for worldwide Chinese scholars who are interested in the topic. The visiting scholars are expected to stay in Hong Kong for up to one month from 13 January 2014 to carry out intensive academic exchange and research. The School will provide a daily living allowance of HK$300 and accommodation for each visiting scholar.

Workshop Details
Date: 17-18 January 2014
Venue: Room312, Humanities Building, New Asia College, CUHK
Content: The visiting scholars will present papers on the theme of “Media Ethics in the Digital Age”. CUHK faculty members and research students are encouraged to participate in the stimulating discussion after the presentations.
Medium of Presentation and Discussion: Mandarin


Participant List (in alphabetical order)

NamePosition and Institution
Chen Chang FengProfessor, School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University
Chen Jing JingAssociate Professor, The Journalism Department, Humanities College, Yunnan University
Hong Fang ChiDoctor candidate, School of Journalism, Fudan University
Huang Yu KaiAssistant Professor, Department of Culture and Creative Enterprise Management, Nanhua University
Li YingLecturer, School of Media and Communication, Shenzhen University
Lin Yu LingProfessor, The Journalism Department, Shih-Hsin University
Liu Huei LingAssistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Arts Administration and Management, Taipei University of the Arts
Liu ZhengLecturer, School of Humanities & Communication, Zhejiang Gongshang University
Lo Ven-hweiProfessor, School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lu JuanAssociate Professor, School of Art and Mass Media, Beijing Technology and Business University
Pan Xiang HuiAssociate Professor, School of Communication, East China Normal University
So York KeeProfessor, School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Su HerngProfessor, Department of Journalism, Chengchi University
Wang Chen YaoAssociate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication, Nanjing University

The Annual Workshop Committee
Prof. Joseph Chan (Standing Co-Convener)
Prof. Ven-hwei Lo (Theme Co-Convener)
Prof. Christine Huang
Prof. Annisa Lee
Prof. Francis Lee
Prof. Eric Ma
Prof. Jack Qiu