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We are excited to announce our new president, K. Oanh Ha! We received 45 votes from current members under our chapter. This was the most number of votes we saw in recent elections, and we would like to thank everyone for participating in this important process. We would like to also thank Elaine Ramirez and […]
*** UPDATE (Feb. 2, 2018) AAJA-Asia Presidential election vote counting process is under way! Thank you all of you who participated. There are slight delays in the process so please understand that we were not able to announce our new president on February 1. We will make sure to announce the results on our AAJA-Asia […]
As the PyeongChang Olympics approach, we are seeing a dramatic increase in demand for fixers and stringers. If you are looking looking to hire a fixer in Korea, we can distribute your jobs listing to our community of local journalists and provide guidance on appropriate pay levels. If you are a local journalist […]
We have three candidates who are running for AAJA-Asia presidency. K. Oanh Ha (Read Oanh’s letter) Elaine Ramirez (Read Elaine’s letter) Mike Raomanachai (Read Mike’s letter) As Angie is resigning mid-term, the new president will be serving the rest of her term until January 2019. Please find the candidacy letters below (in alphabetical order of […]
We are pleased to announce that the recent AAJA-Asia chapter election results are out, and these brave comrades will be teaming up to steer us into the next season. Let’s extend our warmest welcome and enthusiastic support as they step up to contribute to and uphold AAJA-Asia’s mission and values. Secretary, AAJA-Asia: Carina Lee […]
AAJA Seoul wrapped up a wild year with a holiday party Dec. 9. Our 2017 was full of workshops, tea talks with influential figures and mixers galore. Check out our year in review compiled by programming director Youkyung Lee: AAJA-Asia Seoul Year in Review Capping off the event with the annual Korean News Trivia night, […]
The voting period ends at 11 pm on Dec. 8, 2017. Election results will be announced at the Dec. 9 year-end party.
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