Inaugural HKBU-SOPA Award Winners Forum

HKBU-SOPA ForumAAJA members are invited to take part in the The Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and the Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) Award Winners Forum to be held at HKBU between November 4 and 8.

The forum seeks to advance journalistic education and practice in Hong Kong and the Greater China region by providing a platform for winners of the prestigious SOPA Awards for Editorial Excellence to share their experiences with working journalist and journalism students.

The panel of speakers at the forum includes: Bloomberg News Correspondent in Hong Kong Michael Forsythe, New York Times Southeast Asia Correspondent Thomas Fuller, Ming Pao Assistant Chief Editor and Head of Investigative Team Ernest Chi, Phnom Penh Post National News Editor May Titthara and Financial Times Beijing Bureau Chief Jamil Anderlini.

The forum is free, open to the public and no registration is required. For the full schedule, please visit here.

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  1. Dear Colleague,
    Thank you for your efforts. We have received many information. National Press Club,
    Nepal {NPCN} has been always working hard under the UNESCO principles believing
    Peace ,Progress and Democracy as the fundamental rights of people. To inform people
    with truth and factual information is our ethical norms and further we are sincere,
    dedicated & well-disciplined to protect occupational rights as well.

    NPCN is a representative organization for journalists, who have keen dedication to
    elevate the journalism as the forth organ of nation; and also has been contributing
    people with well informational. We are keen interested to attend the upcoming
    events. Nepal is one of the developing country. Its poverty reduction rate are
    (1)low per capital income (2)concentrated urban growth,(3)high population growth
    rate.38% are in below the poverty line. Most of the poor people live in rural area
    and have little opportunity, only program-mes are seen as a poor targeted and rural
    We extend our friendship relations. NPCN to fulfill the following aims
    -to exchange the ideals .
    -to exchange views with journalists science & technology.
    -to work for peace, environmental and friendship among the peoples .
    -believe in democracy always works to protect occupational rights .

    We would like you to help e-mail the Official invitation letters with invoice letter
    for participants. We think it will make our financial work easier in the Club
    administrative Department will find it much ea sere to justify the budget required
    registration fee and other. We are decided four member participate upcoming
    events.But Nepalese Bank not permission for foreign cor-ency Account, please send
    us details early.

    With best regards.
    Ram Krishna Karmacharya
    GPO Box 4447 Kathmandu, Nepal.
    Executive Member International Organization of Journalists.
    Corporate Member National Press Club, Australia
    Member of Press IBC, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    Former Chairman Patan Hospital Board, Nepal.Govt.

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