August 5: AAJA-Asia members gather at the 2010 AAJA national convention in Los Angeles. Pictured from left: National advisory board member and AP Tokyo reporter Tomoko Hosaka; chapter secretary and Korematsu Institute director Ling Woo Liu; chapter member and IDG Tokyo bureau chief Martyn Williams, chapter member and Los Angeles Times writer Ching-Ching Ni; chapter …
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The Tokyo arm of AAJA-Asia hosted its first karaoke night, in honor of visitors from the San Francisco Bay Area chapter and New York Times reporter (and new AAJA member) Hiroko Tabuchi’s 30th birthday.
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.