Chen Chengxiao is a junior student of Journalism school. He is actively involved in documentary and film production.
He’s once selected as the assistant cameraman and journalist in the program Topic In Focus (a program of CCTV) for a coverage in Puning, an eastern city of Guangdong Province.
Last semester, he worked as a video editor for the Long March Retrace Program co-hosted by People’s Daily and J-school. He was also responsible for managing the program’s blog on the J-school website.
From september 17th to 29th, 2007, he attended the Rescuing the Rorergai Wetland coverage in Sichuan Province (part of the Long March Retrace Program) as a photographer and cameraman and successfully made 4 documentaries for it.
Chen Yong xiang is a junior student of J- School. He dreams to be an international journalist traveling around the globe.
Once director of a student-run integrated media website in J-school, which includes TV, Radio programs and electronic newspaper articles, Chen has mastered various manners for news stories: Writing, Video Producing and Photography.
After studying a multimedia course in the convergent media lab of J-school for a semester, he’s greatly enhanced those techniques and believed in, much more strongly, that a correspondent with convergent media skills would be the star in journalism for the future. And that’s what he’s been trying to be.
An Xin is a junior student of J-school. She is interested in the field of public relation. She is proficient in writing and multimedia production, would love to start a company on her own one day.
Huang Xiaoting is a junior student of J-school, she loves photojournalism, even though the camera may not always tell the truth, she tries to take truth-telling pictures.
She likes traveling alone, although people said it’s dangerous for a girl to do that and her mother opposes it. She especially wants to go to places where she is an unknown, where she can talk with them freely, and discover things that are not reported by the media.
A girl with a camera works to her advantage as people tend not to be afraid.
Last summer, she interned in the International Department of Orient Morning Post in Shanghai, and these are her works:
Li Yang is a junior student in Shantou University majoring in Journalism as it is her first ambitious to be a successful Journalist, currently she is doing her best to study.
She was actively involved in photojournalism and was the former president of photography Association in Shantou University that has successfully organised the first mobile phone photography festival in 2007.
Her photography work “Save my Son” was chosen to be exhibited on the “2006 Worldwide Photography Festival” , hosted at Pingyao, Shanxi province in China.
Her works were published in Shanghai’s The Bund magazine where she interned, namely:
1. A face to face interview with a eminent economist came from Taiwan, Xianping Lang.
2. A television interview concerned about a American philanthropist.
Zhou Xuefang is a junior student of J-school,she Likes writing, photography and planning. She dreams to become a columnist and independent film maker one day.
In her sophomore year ，she joined J-school website, and eventually became editor-in-chief. During this period, she has learned responsibility and strict attitude.
Last summer ，she interned in the ” corporation” magazine in beijing, and independent completed a character interview with Huang Gang，who is a general manager of a domestic renowned company.
She likes to think and write。And her works has won some provincial, municipal, and extramural awards.
Feng Lizhen is junior student of J-school. She is the supporting staff of this project handling information that the team send back from Malaysia. She is interested in media management.
Yaxian is a lab assistant of the J-school Convergent Media Lab. He graduated from Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication at Shantou University in July 2007 and has joined the Convergent Media Program since it’s inscription.
His contribution to the programme has been enormous and students have benefited from his relentless guidance. Yaxian’s skill-set in the field of convergence gives him the edge in providing various supports to students working on multimedia productions.
As the Program Manager at Southeast Asia Centre for e-Media, Sam Hui was responsible for training and capacity building of media organisations in and around Southeast Asia. His duites have brought him to far reaching corners of Mongolia, East Timor and Aceh.
He also played the role of producer at Asia247.tv and was involved in video reportage work in Thailand as well as Singapore.
He currently lectures at the Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication at Shantou University and performs the duty of Web Master for the school.
From 1988 through 2008, Jeremiah Foo was involved in various aspects of the media industry that spans the music, publishing, print, broadcast and Internet media.
He was a Artiste and Repertoire (A&R) manager for Sony/CBS, journalist for Star Publication, Assistant Vice President of Asian A&R for MediaStream Limited, Chief Producer for Asia247.tv, trainer for Southeast Asia Centre for e-Media as well as publisher for eMuse Media.
Currently, he lectures in the Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication at Shantou University and guest lectures at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre of the University of Hong Kong.
Jeremiah is also President of mybloggercon, a non-profit organisation he co-founded, of Malaysian Chinese bloggers to promote responsible Chinese language writing in Malaysia. He also conceived the mybloggercon Awards of Malaysia.