Students from the 2012-13 class have produced an iBook – available now on iTunes – offering a different take for tourists to the Jiuzhai Valley.
Alice Carfrae, one of the 2012-23 IMMJ class, has had her photographic project “Tin Girls” – covering the trafficking of women in Nepal – featured in the January 2013 Inge Morath magazine.
Tracey Shelton, a student on the 2011-12 MA programme, is a correspondent for The Global Post. In March her video report on Libya rebels was aired on the prestigious American news program, the Public Broadcasting Services Newshour.
Mark Esplin – who is currently doing the MA International Multimedia Journalism – had his story on Tropical Storm Sendong featured on the influential foto8 site in April. Mark’s story takes a different tack in response to the storm’s devastation, focusing on the economic and social causes as well as the governmental response.
Global news was recently dominated by graphic video footage showing the final moments of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. This video was shot on a mobile phone by Libyan rebels, and procured shortly after Gaddafi’s death by MA/IMMJ student and Global Post reporter Tracey Shelton. Tracey has been working in Libya since May, writing, photographing and […]
Here is another student viral project from Beijing, based on a well-known Chinese song:
Students were given a viral video project in term one, and the winning video was the one which attracted the most hits in a short period of time. The winner with more than 50,000 views on Yuku and YouTube combined, is below: