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Weekend Chatter in SG: Exploring future of journalism

Adapt or die – is that what traditional media and newsrooms are facing now? How is journalism and storytelling evolving with new media platforms? Join our esteemed panel for discussions of staying true to good old-fashioned journalism of shoe leather reporting, while at the same time adapting stories and transforming how they are being told …

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Hong Kong: Talk on role of Asian American voters in U.S.

FCC in Hong Kong & the Asian American Journalist Association Asia Presents Role of Asian American Voters in the U.S. Presidential Elections Guest: Christine Chen Founder, Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote) Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Bert’s at the FCC in Central, Hong Kong  7:00pm – 8:30pm The speaker will give a short talk …

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Recap: Tokyo meets with Al Jazeera’s Lister Lim

AAJA-Tokyo members welcomed Al Jazeera’s Washington DC deputy news editor Lister Lim in Ginza with some delicious sashimi and Japanese cuisine in January! Special thanks to Haruka Nuga and Hiromi Tanoue for hosting and making reservations for this awesome restaurant. Photos courtesy of Haruka and Daniel

Recap: Tokyo talk with APIAVote founder

AAJA holiday meetup. – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA A special thanks to Christine Chen, the founder and executive director of APIAVote, who spoke to AAJA-Asia members in Tokyo in December about the U.S. presidential election and the growing influence of Asian American voters. APIAVote is a Washington, D.C.-based nonpartisan organization that conducts research and polling of …

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