Students from the University of Macau (UM) Department of Communication recently won six prizes for their publication, the 2014 spring issue of Umac Bridges, at the Campus Newspaper Awards 2014, including two first prizes in the overall design category and the news page design category, three second prizes in the campus news reporting
Prof.Wu Mei’s new book on internet mercenaries and viral marketing published by the world’s leading publisher of new media studies
Prof. Wu Mei from the Department of Communication, University of Macau (UM), has published a new book entitled “Internet Mercenaries and Viral Marketing: The Case of Chinese Social Media” through IGI Global, a leading publisher of new media studies. Co-authored with two other scholars from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Tsinghua
Prof. Wu Mei and Masters program alum Anni Lam Leong Iok received an Outstanding Achievement Award for Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences
Recipients of the Outstanding Achievement Awards for Macao Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, co-organised by the Macao Foundation, Guangdong Social Sciences Association, and the Social Sciences in China Press, have been announced. Of the 395 submissions from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan (96 monographs, 299 papers), 28 awards were awarded
Prof. Tan See Kam was recently elected to be Chairman of the Asian Cinema Studies Society (ACSS). His election took place at the 10th ACSS international conference held at Hong Kong University, in March 2012. He is also the new Editor of the Asian Cinema journal, published by Intellect Press, an internationally renowned
The Asian Cinema Studies Society (ACSS), started in 1984, held its most recent conference in Hong Kong. A total of six professors and students from the Department of Communication presented their work to an international audience. A short video Sanity, made by 3rd year English Communication students, was also selected for screening and
Guest Speaker Ms. Cheung Chui-Yung, a journalist and war correspondent, explores the hidden side of the revolution in Cairo, Egypt." at 16:30-18:00, in JG07 [...] About the Seminar In February 2011, Ms Cheung Chui-yung went to Cairo, Egypt for in-depth report of the Jasmine Revolution and explored the hidden side beyond the revolution.