A student from City University's (CityU) School of Creative Media will spend a week in Britain this summer working as a photojournalist. Porshe Siu Wai-hang, a Year One student at CityU, won Media.UK, a joint scholarship run by the school and the British Consulate-General aimed at nurturing young photojournalists. Mr Siu, an avid photographer, was chosen from five finalists who were each asked to take five pictures under the theme 'Moments in Hong Kong'. They also submitted a written proposal on how they would present the United Kingdom through their cameras. In his proposal, Mr Siu wrote he would focus on London's cityscape and highlight its museum culture. Among the British landmarks that Mr Siu plans to capture are the British Museum, London Bridge, metro stations and the world-renowned black taxis. Mr Siu sees photography as a way of interacting with people from different walks of life. 'When I take pictures of an elderly couple, I chat with them and hear them talk about their way of life,' he said. 'I want to use my camera to capture the unique characteristics of the city's people.'