Folks, it is time to sharpen those mental hatchets and get ready for the most intense and fierce intellectual sparring event of the year. Pit your team against others to win some amazing raffle prizes and of course, A YEAR-LONG WORTH OF BRAGGING RIGHTS! FRIDAY, Nov. 4, 7pm at THE BUNGALOW G/F The Centrium, 60 […]
We are offering two AAJA members a grant of US$500 each to attend this year’s N3 Conference in Seoul. This is part of AAJA-Asia’s support for members and will help defray the cost of registration, travel, food and lodging. Applicants must be current members and have registered for the conference. To join AAJA or […]
Calling all undergraduate students!!! AAJA-Asia Digital Journalism STUDENT Award 2016, supported by Google What does the award honor? AAJA-Asia Google Digital Journalism Student Award 2016 aims to provide a platform for prospective journalists to put “new ways of story-telling” into practice with a mixture of digital technology to tell stories that matter in the region. Undergraduate students of all disciplines are […]
For a journalist in the digital age, sifting through copious amount of online data is an unavoidable part of the job. But it doesn’t always have to be the most tedious part of filing your story. Google can help! One of the world’s most popular search engines provides extra tools streamlined for the media. The […]
March 21, 2015 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Google, 8 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore 018960 Need sources for a breaking news story? Looking for a trend story? Wondering how to build an online profile? Join us for a workshop conducted by Google, in collaboration with AAJA-Asia (Singapore), on how you can effectively […]
Dear AAJA-Asia members, The results are in for AAJA-Asia’s recent election! Please join us in congratulating this group of passionate and talented professionals who have stepped up to lead our chapter: Chapter Co-presidents: Angie Lau (Hong Kong) & Yuriko Nagano (Tokyo) At-large board member A (term until December 2016): Jeremiah Foo (China & Japan) At-large […]
The 2014 AAJA National Conference in Washington DC could have been called “AAJA Journalistic Freedom Promotional Week in DC”; I’ve never seen so many enthusiastic people in our profession in one place coming together to talk shop and more importantly teach each other the value and necessity of our craft.