Stephen Quinn

Dr. Stephen Quinn writes about technology and is especially interested in the potential of the mobile phone for newsgathering. Dr. Quinn returned to journalism in 2011 after 15 years as an academic. He has written 17 books. The most recent is MOJO: Mobile Journalism in the Asian Region, published in 2012.
Stephen Quinn
Dr. Stephen Quinn writes about technology and is especially interested in the potential of the mobile phone for newsgathering. Dr. Quinn returned to journalism in 2011 after 15 years as an academic. He has written 17 books. The most recent is MOJO: Mobile Journalism in the Asian Region, published in 2012.

Latest from Stephen Quinn

Journalism schools need to change
Training video about mini-mikes
Future science or silly trend?
Asian Decanter wine awards
18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM
Asian Decanter wine awards
Damon Kiesow's slideshow on mojo reporting
Guinness world record for costume changes
Powerful family pressure on women to have children
Hong Kong's food expo
Newsgathering innovation in the US and HK
Sam Neill, the actor with a passion for wine and life
Writers' symposium closes 12th Hong Kong literary festival
Third of Hongkongers not insured: survey
Video: A fun clash of food cultures - Vegemite versus pickled pork
Wine a bond between Hong Kong and France

Wine has become a key part of the relationship between Hong Kong and France since the removal of duty on wine in the city in 2008. French wine exports to Hong Kong have more than doubled every year since then, and were worth $HK 3 billion last year.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

Wine has become a key part of the relationship between Hong Kong and France since the removal of duty on wine in the city in 2008. French wine exports to Hong Kong have more than doubled every year since then, and were worth $HK 3 billion last year.

Wine a bond between Hong Kong and France
Mainlanders use technology to plan Hong Kong shopping forays
China's global investment may hit US$2 trillion by 2020

China has invested US$7 billion in the United States this year, with another US$6 billion announced, US economist Daniel Rosen told the Asia Society. 

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

China has invested US$7 billion in the United States this year, with another US$6 billion announced, US economist Daniel Rosen told the Asia Society. 

China's global investment may hit US$2 trillion by 2020
How port is becoming a favourite among mainland Chinese
Seeing the funny side; analysing the essence of humour in Asia
Hong Kong writer's debut as film director of 'Lust and Found'

A Hong Kong screenwriter who won the Asia Film Finance Forum award for best Hong Kong screenplay has just finished directing his first feature. Lust and Found will appear in cinemas in 2013.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

A Hong Kong screenwriter who won the Asia Film Finance Forum award for best Hong Kong screenplay has just finished directing his first feature. Lust and Found will appear in cinemas in 2013.

Hong Kong writer's debut as film director of 'Lust and Found'
Video: High praise for Dog or Darling videos offering IPO advice
Video: Spectacle to mark lai see ceremony
Sounds like a special day for marriage

It is an auspicious day for Cantonese speakers keen to marry, because today's date when spoken aloud in Cantonese – means "life-long love until death".

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

It is an auspicious day for Cantonese speakers keen to marry, because today's date when spoken aloud in Cantonese – means "life-long love until death".

Sounds like a special day for marriage
HuffPost launches streaming television network on the Internet
A creepy way to make a living? Snakes, a model and an actress live on stage together
Masako Sakata's personal link with Agent Orange
New video app for the iPhone
Masked singer Lung Siu-kwan visits SCMP - but how do we know it's really her?
Live coverage: Hongkongers join carnival, protest against national education
Stephen M. R. Covey runs workshop about the economics of trust in Hong Kong
Xinhua journalists 'spy' for Communist Party

Journalism traditionally in China has been the Communist Party's "eyes and ears" for understanding the country's mood, author Doug Young says in his newly released book about China's media.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

Journalism traditionally in China has been the Communist Party's "eyes and ears" for understanding the country's mood, author Doug Young says in his newly released book about China's media.

Xinhua journalists 'spy' for Communist Party