Thirteen fellows from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University - from Poland, Austria, Finland, China, Korea, Japan, Kenya, India, Russia - will present their research on...
“Clarice” Pik Shan Pang has been a journalist for around 10 years, and is currently a senior reporter at Apple Daily, a pro-democracy newspaper with one of the largest readerships in Hong Kong. Responsible for investigative stories, she covers city crime, including the notorious Erwiana abuse case and the “squatting” on government land in urban areas by a former government official. After obtaining a BA in Chinese Journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University (2006), Clarice started her career as a journalist in 2006 on the MingPao newspaper’s general desk, covering a broad range of social topics, followed by time at iMoney magazine, focused on economic development topics such as stock market, real-estate and luxury in mainland China.
Clarice is an award-winning journalist. Her first award-winning story, entitled 2nd Anniversary of the Sichuan Province Earthquake Series published in MingPao Newspaper, won her the 15th Human Rights Press Award (Chinese Language News Prize) and the 2nd Annual Kam Yiu Yu Press Freedom Award in 2011.
She is currently on a 2016-17 Fellowship at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford, where her field of research is The rise of citizen reporter after 2014 Hong Kong umbrella movement and its impact on traditional media in Hong Kong.