King-wa FU 傅景華

King-wa FU 傅景華

Assistant Professor

Journalism and Media Studies Centre

The University of Hong Kong

Room 206, Eliot Hall, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong

Office Tel: (852) 3917-1643

Fax: (852) 2858-8736

Email: kwfu@hku.hk



A 100-word biography:
Dr. King-wa Fu is Assistant Professor at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC), The University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on political participation and media use, computational media studies, mental health/suicide and the media, health communication, young people's Internet use, and statistics for journalism. He has a PhD from the JMSC, a MA in Social Sciences and a MPhil in Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He obtained an undergraduate degree in Engineering from HKU. He was a journalist at the Hong Kong Economic Journal. His CV can be found here: http://sites.google.com/site/fukingwa/.

Education

PhD (2009), Journalism and Media Studies Centre, The University of Hong Kong

MA in Social Sciences (2001), School of Humanities and Social Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology,

MPhil in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1995), Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering & Hong Kong Telecom Institute of Information Technology, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1993), HKU

Teaching Record

2007 - Now           Journalism and Media Studies Centre, HKU
                           JMSC0103
Statistics for Journalists
                           JMSC0072 Digital Media and Society
                           JMSC0065
Media research: an introduction
                           JMSC6046 Media research: concepts and methods
                          
CCGL9011 Media in the Age of Globalization  

2008 - 2010          Certificates in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Stage I & Stage II) & Induction to University Learning and Teaching, issued by the Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching, HKU

Guest Lectures: Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU (Undergraduate course “Crime and the Media” and postgraduate course “Media and Crime"), Social Sciences Research Method, Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication of Shantou University

Publication List

Peer-reviewed journals

  1. Wong, PW, Li, TM, Chan, M, Law, Y, Chau, M, Cheng, C, Fu, KW, Bacon-Shone, John, Yip, PS. (2015). The prevalence and correlates of severe social withdrawal (hikikomori) in Hong Kong: A cross-sectional telephone-based survey study. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 61(4), 330-342
  2. Fung IC-H, Hao Y, Cai J, Ying Y, Schaible BJ, Yu CM, Tse ZT, Fu KW. (2015) Chinese Social Media Reaction to Information about 42 Notifiable Infectious Diseases. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0126092. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126092
  3. Hui A, Wong PWC, Fu KW. (2015) Evaluation of an Online Campaign for PromotingHelp-Seeking Attitudes for Depression Using a Facebook Advertisement: An OnlineRandomized Controlled Experiment. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(1):e5
  4. Fung, IC-H, Tse, ZTH, & Fu, K-W. (2015). Converting Big Data into public health. Science, 347(6222), 620
  5. Fung, IC-H, Tse, ZTH, Cheung, C-N, Miu, AS, & Fu, K-W. (2014) Ebola and the social media. The Lancet, 384(9961), 2207.
  6. Fu, K.W., & Chau, M. (2014). Use of Microblogs in Grassroots Movements in China: Exploring the Role of Online Networking in Agenda-Setting. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 11(3), 309-328.
  7. Fu, K.W., Chan, C., & Ip, P. (2014). Exploring the relationship between cyberbullying and unnatural child death: an ecological study of twenty-four European countries. BMC Pediatrics, 14(1), 195.
  8. Fu K.W. (2014) Can Network Help Chinese Microblogs Diffuse? Analyzing 118 Networks of Reposts About Social Issues in China. In: Meiselwitz G, ed. Social Computing and Social Media. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2014:331-41.
  9. Chen, Y.-Y., Yip, P. S. F., Chan, C. H., Fu, K.W., Chang, S.-S., Lee, W. J., et al. (2014). The Impact of a Celebrity's Suicide on the Introduction and Establishment of a New Method of Suicide in South Korea. Archives of Suicide Research, 18(2), 221-226.
  10. Hui, A., Wong, P., & Fu, K.W. (2014). Building a model for encouraging help-seeking for depression: a qualitative study in a Chinese society. BMC Psychology, 2(1), 9.
  11. Zhang, Y., Yip, P., & Fu, K.W. (2014). Validation of the Chinese version of the Reynolds' suicidal ideation questionnaire: psychometric properties and its short version. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 12(1), 33.
  12. Cheng, Q., Fu, K.W., Caine, E., & Yip, P. S. F. (2014). Why Do We Report Suicides and How Can We Facilitate Suicide Prevention Efforts? Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 35(2), 74-81.
  13. Chan, C.H., Caine, E.D., You, S., Fu, K.W., Chang, S.S. Yip, P.S.F. (2014). Suicide rates among working-age adults in South Korea before and after the 2008 economic crisis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  68  (3)  PP. 246 - 252. doi: 10.1136/jech-2013-202759
  14. Fung, I. C.-H., Fu, K.-W., Ying, Y., Schaible, B., Hao, Y., Chan, C.-H., & Tse, Z. T.-H. (2013). Chinese social media reaction to the MERS-CoV and avian influenza A(H7N9) outbreaks. Infectious Diseases of Poverty, 2(1), 31.
  15. Fu, K.W., Cheng, Q., Wong, P. W. C., & Yip, P. S. F. (2013). Responses to a Self-Presented Suicide Attempt in Social Media. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 34(6), 406-412. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000221
  16. Fu, KW, Chan CH (2013). Analyzing Online Sentiment to Predict Telephone Poll Results. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. September 2013, 16(9): 702-707. doi:10.1089/cyber.2012.0375.
  17. White, J., Fu, KW, & Benson, B. (2013) Social media: An ill-defined phenomenon. Vol. 8029 (pp. 422-431): Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
  18. Fu KW, Chan CH, Chau M. Assessing Censorship on Microblogs in China: Discriminatory Keyword Analysis and the Real-Name Registration Policy. Internet Computing, IEEE. 2013; 17(3): 42-50.
  19. Fu, KW, Chau M (2013) Reality Check for the Chinese Microblog Space: A Random Sampling Approach. PLoS ONE 8(3): e58356. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0058356
  20. Fu, KW, & Chan, CH. (2013). A Study of the Impact of Thirteen Celebrity Suicides on Subsequent Suicide Rates in South Korea from 2005 to 2009. PLoS ONE, 8(1), e53870. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0053870
  21. Wong PWC, Fu KW, Yau RSP, Ma HHM, Law YW, Chang SS, Yip PSF (2013) Accessing Suicide-Related Information on the Internet: A Retrospective Observational Study of Search Behavior. J Med Internet Res 2013;15(1):e3doi: 10.2196/jmir.2181
  22. Wong, P.W.C., Fu, K.-W., Chan, K.Y.K., Chan, W.S.C., Liu, P.M.Y., Law, Y.-W., Yip, P.S.F. (2012) Effectiveness of a universal school-based programme for preventing depression in Chinese adolescents: A quasi-experimental pilot study. Journal of Affective Disorders Volume 142, Issues 1–3, 15 December 2012, Pages 106–114
  23. Niederkrotenthaler, T., Fu, K.-W., Yip, P., Fong, D. Y., Stack, S., Cheng, Q., et al. (2012). Changes In Suicide Rates Following Media Reports On Celebrity Suicide: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 66, 1037-1042 doi: 10.1136/jech-2011-200707.
  24. White, J. D., & Fu, K.-W. (2012). Who Do You Trust? Comparing People-Centered Communications in Disaster Situations in the United States and China. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 14(2), 126-142.
  25. Fu, K.W., Zhou, L., Zhang, Q., Chan, Y.-y., & Burkhart, F. (2012). Newspaper coverage of emergency response and government responsibility in domestic natural disasters: China-US and within-China comparisons. Health, Risk & Society, 14(1), 71-85. doi: 10.1080/13698575.2011.641521 (ISI Impact Factor 2010 = 1.103)
  26. Fu, K.W., Chan, Yuen-Ying, & Yip, Paul S F. (2011) Newspaper reporting of suicides in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Guangzhou: compliance with WHO media guidelines and epidemiological comparisons. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 65:928-933 doi:10.1136/jech.2009.105650 (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 3.043)
  27. Cheng Qijin, Fu, K.W., Yip PS (2011) A Comparative Study of Online Suicide-Related Information in Chinese and English, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry; 72(3): 313-319 (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 5.218)
  28. Fu, K. W., Wong, P.W.C & Yip, P. S. F. (2010) What Do Internet Users Seek to Know About Depression From Web Searches? A Descriptive Study of 21 Million Web Queries. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 72(9), 1246-1247. doi: 10.4088/JCP.09l05903blu (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 5.218)
  29. Fu, K. W., Chan, WSC, Wong, P.W.C & Yip, P. S. F. (2010) Internet addiction: prevalence, discriminant validity and correlates among adolescents in Hong Kong. British Journal of Psychiatry, 196, 486492. doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.109.075002 (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 5.777)
  30. Fu, K. W., White, J., Chan, Y., Zhou, L., Zhang, Q., & Lu, Q. (2010). Enabling the disabled: media use and communication needs of people with disabilities during and after the Sichuan earthquake in China. International Journal of Emergency Management, 7(1), 75-87.
  31. Chen, Ying-Yeh, Yip, Paul S. F., Lee, Carmen, Fan, Hsiang-Fang, & Fu, K.W. (2010) Economic Fluctuations and Suicide: A Comparison of Taiwan and Hong Kong. Social Science & Medicine,  71, 2083-2090. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.09.043 (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 2.710)
  32. Yip, P. S. F., Law, C. K., Fu, K.-W., Law, Y. W., Wong, P. W. C., & Xu, Y. (2010). Restricting the means of suicide by charcoal burning. British Journal of Psychiatry, 196(3), 241-242. (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 5.777)
  33. Fu, K. W. & Yip, P. S. F.  (2009) Estimating the risk for suicide following the suicide deaths of three Asian entertainment celebrities: A meta-analysis approach, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 70(6):869–878. (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 5.218)
  34. Fu, K. W., Chan, Y.Y. & Yip, P. S. F.  (2009) Testing a Theoretical Modelbased on Social Cognitive Theory for Media Influence on Suicidal Ideation:Results from a Panel Study. Media Psychology, 12:26–49 (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 1.321)
  35. Wong, P. W., Liu, P. M., Chan, W. S., Law, Y. W., Law, S. C., Fu, K. W., Li, H. S., Tso, M. K., Beautrais, A. L., & Yip, P. S. (2009). An integrative suicide prevention program for visitor charcoal burning suicide and suicide pact. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 39(1), 82-90. (ISI Impact factor 2009 = 1.454)
  36. Fu, K. W. & Yip, P. S. F. (2008) Changes in reporting of suicide news after the promotion of the WHO media recommendations, Suicide & life-threatening behavior, 38(5),  p.631-636 (ISI Impact factor 2007 = 1.32)
  37. Law, C. K., Yip, P. S., Chan, W. S., Fu, K. W., Wong, P. W., & Law, Y. W. (2008). Evaluating the effectiveness of barrier installation for preventing railway suicides in Hong Kong. Journal of Affective Disorders. 114, 254-262. (ISI Impact factor 2007 = 3.14)
  38. Fu, K. W., Liu, K., & Yip, P. (2007). Predictive validity of the Chinese version of the Adult Suicidal Ideation Questionnaire: Psychometric properties and its short version. Psychological Assessment, 19(4), 422-429. (ISI Impact factor 2007 = 2.20)
  39. Fu, K. W., & Yip, P. S. F. (2007) Long-term impact of Celebrity Suicide on Suicidal Ideation: Results from A Population-based Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Jun; 61(6):540-6 (ISI Impact factor 2007 = 2.96)
  40. Yip, P. S. F., Fu, K. W., Yang, K. C. T., Ip, B. Y. T., Chan, C. L. W., Chen, E. Y. H., et al. (2006). The effects of a celebrity suicide on suicide rates in Hong Kong. Journal of Affective Disorders, 93(1-3), 245-252. (ISI Impact factor 2007 = 3.14)

Book chapters

  1. Fu, K. W., Wong, P.W.C & Yip, P. S. F.  (2009) Internet and emerging suicide method: A case study of contagion of charcoal burning suicides via the Internet. In: Sher L. & Vilens A. ed. Internet and Suicide (pp 153-168). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  2. Wong, P.W.C, Fu, K. W. & Yip, P. S. F.  (2009) A Potential Source of Data in Understanding Youth Suicide - Instant Messages. In: Sher L. & Vilens A. ed. Internet and Suicide (pp 137-152). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Research Reports

  1. Fu. K.W., Xiao. E., Yin, F., Yuen. D., (2013) Media Study of Chinese Fisheries Journalism. Internews' Earth Journalism Network
  2. Fu. K.W. (2012) Collecting and Analyzing Online Public Opinion for Public Policy Deliberation. Central Policy Unit, Hong Kong SAR Government
  3. Fu. K.W., Chau. M. (2011) Understanding and analyzing online public opinion in Hong Kong Cyberspace. Central Policy Unit, Hong Kong SAR Government

Conference presentations

  1. Fu K.W. (2013) The (Mis)use of Web-based Data: Methodological, Ethical and Practical Research Concerns(panel). Paper presented at the Chinese Internet Research Conference, June 15, Oxford
  2. Sam C., Chan YY, Bandurski D, Fu K.W. (2012) A Fully Automated Method to Catch and Characterize Deleted Posts on Sina and Tencent Weibo. Paper presented at the Chinese Internet Research Conference, May 21-22, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
  3. Fu K.W. (2012) Internet/IT (Chairperson). Hong Kong Child Safety Conference 2012. February 11, Centre for Health Promotion, Hong Kong
  4. Fu K.W. (2011) Computational Journalism. Presented at the Future Media Fest at Georgia Tech. November 15-17, Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, Atlanta.
  5. Fu K.W. (2011) Micro Blogging Suicide in China: Data Mining and Exploratory Analysis. Paper presented at the 26th World Congress - International Association of Suicide Prevention. September 13-17, Beijing, China, 2011
  6. Fu K.W. (2011) Media coverage of emergency response and government responsibility in domestic natural disasters: Comparisons between Chinese and American newspapers. Paper presented at the Annual International Communication Association Conference, May 26-30, Boston, 2011
  7. Fu K.W., Sam C., Chau M. (2011) Reposting Microblogs During Public Incident in China: a case study on the death of Qian Yunhui. Paper presented at the Chinese Internet Research Conference, May 22-24, Washington DC., 2011
  8. Fu K.W. (2010) Is Internet Addiction a Distinct Construct From Other Psychopathological Conditions? Evidence From a Panel Study on a Representative Sample in Hong Kong, China. Paper presented at the Annual International Communication Association Conference, June 22-26, Singapore, 2010
  9. Fu K.W., White J. (2010) Who do you Trust? Comparing People-centered Communication in Disaster Situations in the US and China. Paper presented at the 7th Annual ICPA-Forum Workshop, Designing Disaster Resilience and Public Policy, April 23-24, 2010, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
  10. Fu K.W., Zhou L, Chan YY (2009) Analyzing media coverage on government's disaster management practices after Wenchuan earthquake: a preliminary result. Paper presented at the International Disaster and Risk Conference Chengdu 2009, July 13-15, 2009, Chengdu, China.
  11. Fu K.W., Zhou L, Chan YY (2009) Wireless Alert Accessibility: International Research Findings. Paper presented at the Wireless Emergency Communications, State of Technology Conference, September 21-23, 2009, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  12. Fu, K. W. (2009). Media Representation of Suicide in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mainland China: A Comparative Study. Paper presented at the Annual International Communication Association Conference, Chicago, 2009
  13. Fu, K. W. (2009). What Do People Want to Know About Depression? Analyzing a Representative Web Search Queries Sample. Paper presented at the 2009 Conference on Emerging Mode of Communication: Technology Enhanced Interaction, 26-27 March 2009, Hong Kong
  14. Fu, K. W. (2008). Media influence on Suicidal Ideation: A Theory Testing Approach. Paper presented at the Communication Theory and Methodology Division, Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, 2008
  15. Fu, K. W. (2006). Testing cultivation theory for media influences on suicidal thought. Paper presented at the Communication Theory and Methodology Division, Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Francisco, 2006 (Top Three Student Paper Award).
  16. Fu, K. W. (2008). Estimating the risk for suicide following the suicide deaths of three Asian entertainment celebrities: A meta-analysis approach, Paper presented at the 3rd Asia Pacific Regional Conference of International Association for Suicide Prevention, Hong Kong, 2008
  17. Fu, K. W. (2008). Efficacy of a school-based psycho-educational programme using cognitive-behavioral approach: A pilot case-control study in secondary schools, Paper presented at the 3rd Asia Pacific Regional Conference of International Association for Suicide Prevention, Hong Kong, 2008
  18. Fu, K. W. (2005). A population study on associated risks and protective factors for vulnerable people influenced by celebrity suicide and media. Paper presented at the 23rd World Congress - International Association of Suicide Prevention. Durban, South Africa, 2005

Rapid Responses

Fu, K. W., Yip, P. S. F. Emerging suicide methods in Asia and the Internet . BMJ 

Fu, K. W., Yip, P. S. F. Please don't underestimate the media effect. PLoS Medicine

Knowledge Exchange (Selected Media Coverage)

Reuters. China imposes new restrictions on instant messaging tools. August 7, 2014.

CNN International. Why a giant toad set off Chinese censors. August 1, 2014

Reuters. Blog posts on article about Alibaba's China leadership links censored. July 22, 2014.

主場新聞. 香港公投前後 大陸網管狂刪敏感微博 .June 24, 2014

蘋果日報, 港大教授破中共監控 敏感帖子翻生 「微博視野」證人民未忘六四, May 29, 2014

CNN Digital, More than 10 million core users give value to Weibo ahead of lPO, April 11, 2014

South China Morning Post, Almost all Weibo messages are generated by just 5 per cent of users, April 8, 2014

香港電台, 鏗鏘集 - 開放資訊如何改變社會?RTHK - How Open Data changes society?, March 16, 2014

自由亞洲電台, 中國與世界 , Jan 14, 2014

主場新聞, 悼念六四大陸網民出奇謀, June 3, 2013

商業電台, 雷霆881「在晴朗的一天出發」, May 21, 2013



The Global Times, Peering through the filters, March 24, 2013

TechNewsWorld (Podcasts), China's Great Big Holey 'Twitter' Net, March 23, 2013

The Register, Twitter's Chinese foe is home to social media zombies, March 13, 2013.

The Wall Street Journal China, How Many People Really Use Sina Weibo, March 12, 2013.

The Guardian, Mystery of the Chinese zombie Yalies, AP foreign, Saturday March 2 2013

HKU Bulletin, Exposing the Censors, Feb 2013

ATV 時事新聞 - 【金錢世界】 - 2013-02-17

The Telegraph (Australia): Chinese microbloggers use the power of the internet to defy censorship and call for change, January 20, 2013

CNN: How China's web is censored , August 3, 2012

Al Jazeera:
Researchers fight censorship on China's Weibo’s coverage , August 7, 2012

The Economist:
Monitoring the monitors, Jul 10th 2012

The Wall Street Journal: Watching How China Censors, July 3, 2012

Radio Australia: Researchers find way to track censorship on China's Weibo microblog, 2 July 2012,

Business Insider (by Daniel Goodman ) This Chart Shows How Insanely Fast Chinese Censors Can Take Something Off The Internet, May 30, 2012

BBC World Service. Caught in the Web. 23rd March 2011

Ma, S. China struggles to rebuild mental health programs. Canadian Medical Association.2011 Jan DOI:10.1503/cmaj.109-3738

Parry, J. Can media depictions of suicide influence copycat acts? BMJ. 2010 Sep 29;341:c5067 (My comments on the media's influence on suicide)

King-wa Fu (2010) Podcast - Internet addiction: prevalence, discriminant validity and correlates among adolescents in Hong Kong, The Royal College of Psychiatrists

Other works (in Chinese)

周玲, 傅景華, 孫娣 (2011) 灾害中残疾人的媒介使用与信息沟通需求---以汶川地震为例. 山东社会科学 總第189期. 5期 P58-63

周玲, 傅景華, 沈華, 宿洁, 郜曉丹, 陳婉瑩, 許琪, 徐小婕. (2010) 汶川地震与传媒社会责任:国内主要报纸媒体问责主题研究. 中国软科学. 第11期. P62-72

葉兆輝, 傅景華  (2008). 否定M型社會之說言之尚早, 收錄在眾聲喧嘩-影響香港發展的九大爭論  陳健民,  伍瑞瑜編, 上書店

葉兆輝, 羅智健, 傅景華  (2008).重新審視香港收入分佈問題, 收錄在眾聲喧嘩-影響香港發展的九大爭論  陳健民,  伍瑞瑜編, 上書店

伍自禎, 黃蔚澄, 傅景華 (2007). 留給最愛的說話(自殺者家屬未忘書), 20075 , 突破出版社, 香港

Non peer reviewed works

陳電鋸、傅景華 (2015), 不存在的「主流民意」 ——以最嚴謹的統合分析了解「袋住先」民意調查, 明報, 427

陳電鋸、傅景華 (2014) 佔領時代的facebook專頁版塊巴爾幹化社會網絡分析, 明報, 1214

傅景華 (2014) 不要拉布:政府應立即改革公開資料制度, 明報, 526

傅景華 (2013) 發牌作為一個社會現象, 明報, 1124

傅景華 (2013) 從微博看中國的矛盾與希望——我為何研究Weiboscope?, 明報, 519

傅景華 (2013) 50宗公開資料要求1宗被拒 ——分析政府拒絕市民索取資料要求所持理由, 明報, 419

傅景華 (2012) 為何要了解網絡輿情?, 明報, 1129

傅景華 (2012) 從網絡輿情到審議式民主, 傳媒透視, 2012年4月號

傅景華 (2011). 電話民調回應率偏差嚴重, 信報財經新聞, 1020

傅景華 (2011). 電話民調結果的局限---抽樣誤差被忽視, 信報財經新聞, 1018

King-wa Fu (2010) Media use and communication needs of people with disabilities during the Sichuan earthquake, Media Digest, August

傅景華 (2010) 言過其實的民調結果, 明報, 526

傅景華, 葉兆輝(2010). 誰比誰更有機會向上社會流動, 信報財經新聞, 416

傅景華 (2010) 傳媒呈現的家庭與自殺行為, 傳媒透視, 2010年1月號

傅景華 (2010) 比真實還真實—— 動新聞到了什麼?明報, 副刊世紀, 15

葉兆輝、傅景華 (2009) 誰在報大?真相如何?, 明報, 617

張懿德, 傅景華, 葉兆輝 (2009). 大學研究 追求普世應用, 明報,  429

傅景華, 葉兆輝(2009). 資訊自由能帶動社會進步, 信報財經新聞, 417

葉兆輝、傅景華 (2008) 金融海嘯未必增加自殺率, 明報, 1122

葉兆輝、傅景華 (2008) 只談權不講責的傳媒豈不更虛偽, 明報, 36

葉兆輝, 羅亦華, 傅景華 (2006). 強化服務更重要 談三人自殺案, 信報財經新聞, 77

葉兆輝, 羅智健, 傅景華 (2006). 推動在職精神健康刻不容緩, 明報, 111

葉兆輝, 傅景華 (2005). 預防自殺 刻不容緩, 台灣蘋果日報, 512

葉兆輝, 傅景華 (2005). 從金門橋防跳橋圍欄防燒炭自殺, 信報財經新聞, 420

葉兆輝, 傅景華 (2004). 香港須檢討無抵押貸款規管, 信報財經新聞,  25

葉兆輝, 傅景華 (2004). 規管信貸措施防過度借貸, 信報財經新聞, 23

Research Grants

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Diffusion of Social Topics and Political Information on Chinese Microblogs: A Network Perspective", RGC General Research Fund 2015-2016 (Project Code: 17402314, HK$286,366)

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Can online opinion reflect public opinion? An investigation into the interplays between online opinion, public opinion, and mass media", Public Policy Research Fund 2014-2016 (Project Code: 2013.A8.009.14A, HK$556,888)

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Development and evaluation of a theory-guided mental health promotion program for enhancement of help-seeking behavior and attitude in Hong Kong", RGC General Research Fund 2010-2011 (Project Code: HKU 744410H, HK$413,187)

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Understanding and Analysing Online Public Opinion in Hong Kong Cyberspace", Funded by Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government 2010-2011 (HK$904,130)

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Collection and Analysing Online Public Opinion for Public Deliberation ", Funded by Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government 2011-2012 (HK$409,412)

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Young generation’s Internet use and civic engagement in Hong Kong and Beijing: a comparative study", HKU Seed Funding for Basic Research, 2010 (HK$120,000)

Principal Investigator, Project title: "Microblogging in China: a systematic analysis ", HKU Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research, 2012 (HK$68,000)

Co-Investigator, Project title: “Research on crisis communication in relation to the Sichuan Earthquake”, HKU Earthquake Roundtable Fund, 2009-2010 (HK$154,500)

Co-Investigator, Project title: “School-based mental health enhancement programme in Hong Kong” (Project no: 2007/0340), Quality Education Fund, Education Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 2009-2011 (HK$2,000,000)

Co-Investigator, Project title: “Newspaper reporting on suicide: a cross country comparison”, Small Project Funding, The University of Hong Kong, 2008 (HK$50,000)

Co-Investigator, Project title: “School-based mental health enhancement programme based on a cognitive-behavioral approach: featuring the comic character of “Little Prince is Depressed” (Project no: 2005/0010), Quality Education Fund, Education Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 2005-2008 (HK$929,500)

Community and Professional Service

Honorary Fellow, HKJC Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, HKU

Contributor, Preventing Suicide: A Resource for Media Professionals (2008 edition), World Health Organization & International Association for Suicide Prevention;

Executive Producer of an awards-winning mental health promotion website “Little Prince is depressed” (2004 “Ten Healthy Websites” and “Most Creative Website Award”,  2005 The Silver winner of the Asian Innovation Award,  2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 Meritorious Websites Award);

Editorial Board member of the media guideline Suicide and the Media: Recommendations on Suicide Reporting for Media Professional;

Reviewers for International Communication Association (Health Communication), British Journal of Psychiatry, Psychological Assessment, Journal of Affective Disorder, The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry

Member, Media Task Force, International Association for Suicide Prevention (2008)

Professional Membership

International Communication Association (2009-now)

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (2006-2010)

International Association for Suicide Prevention (2008-now)