Drifting away from the city --- Peng Chau

Peng Chau is an island at the West of Hong Kong Island. On this small piece of land, you can leave your mind in peace and silence Reported by Sharon Tam (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-12-05

Cha Chaan Teng, the Symbol of Hong Kong

Emerged since the WWII, Cha Chaan Teng is widely regarded as a symbol of Hong Kong spirit – open, inclusive and flexible. There are more than 3000 Cha Chaan Teng in this city now, attracting not only local residents but also tourists around the world Reported by HUANG Xinyi (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: …

  • 2018-12-05

A dream is a wish your heart makes: Fortune Telling at Wong Tai Sin

This is a podcast story that I produced for our Broadcast Reporting and Production class. From burning joss sticks to lottery poetry, I explored how Chinese tradition is kept alive here at Wong Tai Sin Temple Reported by Stephanie Ma Chi Wai (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-12-03

Crazy Art Studio | Interview with Gibson Lau

Local artist turns his passion into a business at Crazy Art Studio Reported by Bella Huang (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-11-05

Modern Farmer : Interview with the young owner of a hydroponics farm

Earthquake in Japan inspired young Hong Kong entrepreneur to start a hydroponic farm Reported by Sharon Tam (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-11-05

Interview with Danny

An architect finds an alternative lifestyle by opening up a beer shop in Sai Kung Reported by Maisy Mok (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-11-05

Legco By-election: pro-democracy camp's second defeat in Kowloon West

Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp has failed to regain veto power in the Legislative Council as the pro-establishment camp gets the upper hand in yesterday's Kowloon West by-election. Rebecca Chan Hoi-yan, who ran as an independent backed by pro-establishment forces, emerged victorious with 106,457 votes, leading by 13,410 votes. This is the first time the pro-establishment …

FCC president claims foreign journalists fear visa rejection

Several foreign correspondents in Hong Kong have told TYR they feel a general sense of anxiety about their visa renewals after senior Financial Times editor Victor Mallet was denied permission to continue working in Hong Kong. The president of the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Florence de Changy, told TYR that she could sense the anxiety among …

18/19 Policy Address: Policy Address rekindles hope for Chinese medicine industry

The Chinese medicine sector stands to benefit from a slew of healthcare measures announced yesterday at Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s second policy address. The government unveiled a plan to subsidise certain Chinese medicine services, aiming to integrate traditional practice into the existing healthcare system in Hong Kong. Proposed measures include public funding for …