Ms Emma Jingni HE
Instructor I
Instructor I of CTV
office: CC502-R26

(M.A. Global Media, University of Westminter, London; Instructor) Emma studied sports journalism at undergraduate college and went to University of Westminster to study a postgraduate degree. She worked as a producer at Propeller TV (UK) for two years in London after graduation. Emma taught Introduction to Mass Media and Radio program planning and Producing  in BNUZ before she joined CTV. 


M.A. in Global Media  2011

University of Westminster, London

Thesis: “A Content Analysis of News Coverage of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games- Case of Chinese Sports Newspaper, Titan Sports”

B.A. in Sports Journalism 2010

Shenyang Sports University, Shenyang, China

Teaching Experience

2017- Present Instructor 

Cinema and Television Program, Division of Culture and Creativity, United International College, ZHUHAI, China

CTV2073 Introduction to Communication Theory (Undergraduate Major Required Course)

CTV2033 Communication Research Method (Undergraduate Major Required Course)

Teaching and Learning Evaluation is above average of college

2014 - 2017 Assistant Instructor                                                                                  

Cinema and Television Program, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, United International College, ZHUHAI, China

CTV3003 Sound Recording and Mixing (Undergraduate Major Required Course)

CTV2053 Video Cinematography (Undergraduate Major Required Course)

Co-teaching under supervision of Assistant Professor JAMES BATCHO

2013 - 2015 Part-Time Lecturer                                                                                    

Beijing Normal University (Zhuhai), ZHUHAI, China

Radio Production and Programing (Undergraduate Major Required Course)

Introduction to Mass Media (Undergraduate Major Required Course)

Teaching Evaluation 4.8 (out of 5)

Other Professional Experience

2011 - 2013 Producer, Propeller TV, London

  • Responsible for news interview, edit and transmit to broadcasting department and Partner Company.
  • Covered varieties of social events during Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, UK.
  • Covered test events during the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games
  • Member of Team Hua Tian, China’s first Olympic equestrian who is living and training in UK.

2011 Intern, Phoenix Chinese TV Group, London

  • Record and upload satellite programs to official website
  • Edit Chinese subtitles for English speaking program

2008 Intern, MASTV, Macau, China

  • Daily Edit two pieces of news for the morning program
  • Receive and tape-recording news from cooperated news agent
Grants and Projects:

Rearch Experience

Research Assistant

United International College, ZHUHAI, China

  • Prepare materials for submission to College Research Development and Knowledge Transfer Office
  • Prepare progress reports and monitor the project budget
  • Conduct literature reviews
  • Assist with collecting data
  • Supervise undergraduate students working on the research project.
  • Coordinate academic conference held in school