Panel Discussion – Telling Hong Kong Stories

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Varsity, which was launched as the English language practicum magazine of CUHK’s School of Journalism and Communication. We...

Send Love, Send Varsity

Christine Fung, art director of the 2010 Fall Board, is now a Nike brand manager in Shanghai. She shows us around her sleek office...but something is missing.

What they say about Varsity

For 25 years, we have been trying to tell Hong Kong stories that matter. Here is what some of our readers and fellow storytellers...

Break through all the Obstacles

Macau Mak was Editor-in-Chief of the 2015 Spring Board. He's currently working as an Executive Officer for the HKSAR government (but is secretly training to be a martial arts superhero - ed.)

Opening up your “market”

Choosing Varsity and improving her English has brought unexpected benefits for senior financial reporter Piano Ho who was a managing editor of the 2011 Spring Board.

An Ode to Varsity

Varsity is a place where friendships are made, and 2011 Spring Board editors Melanie Leung and Rebecca Wong remain good pals. Here they share their feelings and thoughts about Varsity in rhyme.

Reporting in Taiwan

Samuel Chan, Editor-in-Chief of the 2011 Fall Board, worked as a reporter in Hong Kong before moving to Taiwan where he's now a correspondent for Dealreporter.

Tweeting the Umbrella Movement

Rachel Cheung is a reporter at the South China Morning Post. She was the Chief Editor of the Fall 2014 board and played a major role in coordinating Varsity's coverage of first the class boycott and then the Umbrella Movement.

Varsity girls at Cable TV

Yan Li and Stella Tsang were managing editors of the 2015 Fall and Spring Board respectively, and Amelia Loi was an editor back in 2009 for the Fall Board. The three are now working together at Cable TV and send love from their office.

A Place to Belong

Dorothy Goh, who is from Singapore, was art director of the 2012 Spring Board. She says being at Varsity gave her a sense of belonging to Hong Kong and allowed her to contribute to the community here.