Students will learn to critically appraise the forces that shaped these developments and the policy dilemmas of Hong Kong in the past, present and future. Each epoch has a dominant medium and develops a group of dominant media institutions. It asks students to critically examine moving image and sound, and consider the ways in which moving image and sound can be studied with scholarly rigor. This course introduces students to the basic business and finance theories and issues to prepare them for working on The Young Financial Post and the local and foreign media when they graduate. This subject will acquaint students with important events in the PRC since its founding in , with heavy focus on changes and continuity since
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