Ten Days in Taiwan: Full Fellowships for Business Journalists What to Expect Next From Taiwan? The program will take place October 24 – November 2, 2009 and applications are due August 10, 2009 at 5:00 PM. http://www.nationalpress.org/programs3516/programs_show.htm?doc_id=952450
The Hong Kong headquarters of TIME’s Asian edition offers three-month internships throughout the year (spring, summer, fall, winter). Interns will see how TIME Asia’s editorial, design, photo and web departments work together to produce a premier news magazine and web site. The deadline to apply for the winter 2009-2010 internship is Friday September 4, 2009.
This comes from David Crisostomo, Managing Editor of Pacific Daily News: We have (2) openings for local news reporters. Reporter (Full-time) Responsible for gathering accurate, timely information and writing stories for print, online and other platforms on topics, people, events and other matters as assigned by editors. Excellent writing, grammar and punctuation skills required. Experience …
Craig Gima! As an assistant city editor and reporter at the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, he believes that in a globalized world you can find local news stories anywhere. Craig has searched out and reported on stories with a Hawaii angle from Bhutan to Banda Aceh. He has reported from Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, India, Hong Kong, …
Web site TakeMetoAsia.com talks to AAJA-Asia board member Ali Smith about working as a reporter/producer for Channel NewsAsia in Singapore. Read the Q&A here.
This year’s national convention is just around the corner!
AAJA members in Hong Kong met at the Foreign Correspondents Club on Feb. 5, 2009.