Ms CHAN Oi Yan, Connie (陳藹欣女士)
Phd Candidate (CUHK)
MPhil (CUHK)
MA (CUHK)
BA (CITY UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG)

Lecturer
School of Communication

Tel : (852) 3963 5540


Ms Chan is a PhD candidate in communication. She holds an MA in Journalism and completed MPhil in 2013. Before teaching at HSMC, Ms Chan was a part-time lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and journalist in TV broadcasting industry. She has worked for three broadcasting news stations in Hong Kong: Television Broadcasts Limited, Asia Television Broadcasts Limited, and Phoenix TV. Her duties included 24 hours news reporting, financial programme anchoring, international news, and health programme hosting. She took part in some major news events, for example NPC Opening Meeting, Hu-Lien Talks, WTO conference in Hong Kong and Land Auctions. Ms Chan is an author who writes the Chinese book "Famous Hong Kong Enterprises", published in 2003. In addition, she has conducted exclusive interviews with senior managements from international institutions.


Research InterestsPublished and Conference PaperBookScholarship
TopResearch Interests
  • Journalism, Financial information production and communication, Political economy of communication, New Media
TopPublished and Conference Paper
  • “The Paradigm of Social Media Research in Greater China: A Study of Communication Journals from 2001 to 2015”.
  • IMACR, UK, Leicester, July 27-31, 2016.
  • “Using the h-index for Benchmarking Research Performance in the Field of Communication”.
  • IMACR, UK, Leicester, July 27-31, 2016.
  • “Motives, Parasocial Interaction, Interpersonal Attractiveness, Hong Kong Call- in Financial Commentary Programs”.
  • Hang Seng Management College 2014 Conference on Business Journalism and Corporate Communication Education and Development in Hong Kong, Mainland, and Taiwan, Hong Kong, Nov 8, 2014.
  • “媒介倫理研究:範疇、結構與內容”。第七屆傳播學訪問學者計劃─數位時代的傳播倫理問題,香港,2014年1月17日。
  • 從施政報告看不同特首的風格和關注(2014,香港:傳媒透視)
TopBook
  • 陳藹欣、蘇慧心(2003)。《一個名牌的誕生》。香港:明窗出版社 。
TopScholarship
  • Journalism Education Foundation Hong Kong Scholarship