Welcome to the Newshub of Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech). We represent the front line of the Office of Communications and Public Relations. The Newshub is in charge of publishing and promoting SUSTech’s innovations, scientific breakthroughs, published research, teaching outcomes and various newsworthy events, as it strives to be a world-class university, rooted in China.
Here at SUSTech, we have some of the best and brightest students from around China and the world working with top scientists. They’re working to solve some massive challenges for humanity, including climate change, disease and space exploration.
In the Newshub, we are proud to talk about everything happening on campus. We’ll be publishing all sorts of news on a variety of topics and about numerous researchers, faculty members, students and staff. Our professional team works hand in hand with the SUSTech community to ensure announcements are made in a timely and appropriate fashion.
We also provide media services to the SUSTech community, as well as to the broader media. The Newshub and the Office of Communications and Public Relations works hard to assist film crew requests, handles major announcements with ease and professionalism, and provides a public information office in emergencies.
You can be sure that SUSTech can provide you with the information that you need, when it comes to the media.
Who looks after the Newshub?
The Newshub is managed by two members of the Office of Communications and Public Relations.
Xia Yingying (Audrey)
As one of the staff writers, Audrey manages the SUSTech website.
As a true Shenzhen-er, she and her family were born and bred here in Shenzhen. She studied at top schools in Shenzhen, before working at Beijing Foreign Studies University. Audrey joined SUSTech in 2015 to provide high-quality English content across the entire platform.
Chris updates the Newshub and English-language social media, while keeping an eye on what’s going on in the world. He’s also our go-to guy for a variety of other English language issues around SUSTech.
Chris comes to SUSTech from Australia. His degrees in economics and law from Australian universities have given him the skills to provide SUSTech with a globalized outlook on the news. Chris’ career path started in politics and sports administration, but has spent over 5 years in Shenzhen.