A SCHOLARSHIP established to encourage students to take up journalism has already raised more than $640,000, it was revealed yesterday. The scholarship was set up to commemorate chief editor of Wah Kiu Yat Po, Peter Pun Chiu-yin, who died in June after being seriously injured in a traffic accident near Shanghai. Cash raised was yesterday presented to the Baptist College. One student studying in print media and one in electronic media will receive the award. After presenting the Baptist College president Dr Daniel Tse Chi-wai with the cheque, Pun's wife, Angela Pun Cheung Shiu-hing said the donors had helped keep alive his enthusiasm for the industry. She also thanked Pun's friends and organisations which helped establish the scholarship. Attending the ceremony were Baptist College Academic Registrar, Clement Young, and former South China Morning Post general manager, Clarence Chang. Pun was once a lecturer in journalism at the Baptist College.