REFRAME: CHANGE THE STORY, CHANGE EVERYTHING (NOV 7, 2021 - APRIL 7, 2022)
You are invited to join Photographers without Borders to view our 2021 anniversary exhibit. This year, we are calling it: “Reframe: Change the Story, Change Everything”—it’s time to shift into new narratives, and new ways of seeing.
This FREE event is our way of celebrating our innovative and revolutionary community as we commemorate 12 wonderful years.
Click here to experience our latest exhibit featuring 30 artists.
HKU Journalism is renowned for its first-class multimedia programmes, and this year’s Mick Deane Scholarship for Video Journalism winners and finalists exemplify that excellence.
“Though I had a background in photography, I entered HKU Journalism with zero experience in creating video,” said Katherine. “I had never used a video tripod or Adobe Premiere Pro before, and the world of audio was one that I was unfamiliar with. In less than a year, the programme was able to build my videography skills from the ground up.”
The Mick Deane Scholarship for Video Journalism was established by Asia Pacific Vision (APV) in honour of TV journalist Mick Deane, who was killed by a sniper’s bullet at the age of 62 while covering protests in Egypt in August 2013. Deane had previously worked in Hong Kong from 1988 to 1994 as ITN’s Asia cameraman.
“I was honoured and grateful to be named as a finalist,” said Katherine. “The career and character of Mick Deane is one that I strive towards, and to be considered for such a scholarship is highly meaningful to me.”
Despite years of outperformance, Michelle Leung of Xingtai Capital says she’s still asked about who is in charge
By Jing Yang and Quentin Webb | Photographs by Katherine Cheng for The Wall Street Journal
June 17, 2021 5:30 am ET
HONG KONG—Michelle Leung is used to standing out, as a China-focused stock picker who doesn’t follow the crowd and as a top female professional in the male-dominated fund-management industry.
She is the founder of Xingtai Capital Management Ltd., a firm with offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai that oversees around $600 million in assets and counts institutions from the U.S., Europe and Asia as investors.
Read more at Wall Street Journal…