Social media talk in Beijing with AAJA member Sree Sreenivasan

Posted on Jul 23, 2013 in Events

AAJA New Yorker Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia University’s first-ever chief digital officer, is speaking at Columbia Global Centers in Beijing on Thursday, July 25. The talk — Social Media, the Future of the Media, and Some Tips for Success — will start at 6:30 pm. Register here. Sree will become the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Chief Digital Officer this […]

Job opening: Asia editor for Ad Age, based in China

Posted on Jun 29, 2013 in Jobs

Ad Age is looking for a new Asia Editor, based in mainland China. We’re interested in candidates currently in China as well as those with China experience willing to relocate. The most important part of the job is covering China, by breaking news and writing insightful stories on marketing, media and advertising in the country. […]

Job opening: Freelance journalist in Asia for Gay Star News

Posted on Jun 28, 2013 in Jobs

Gay Star News, which bills itself as the world’s leading, rolling LGBT news website, is seeking a freelance journalist in Asia within an hour or two of the Hong Kong time zone. The position offers competitive rates and is part-time, and with weekend shifts. We need an experienced/qualified news journalist with a passion for gay […]

Job opening: China news director for Associated Press in Beijing

Posted on May 22, 2013 in Jobs

The Associated Press is seeking an experienced journalist and news manager with deep knowledge of China to serve as its top news leader in Beijing, supervising coverage and staff across all media formats throughout greater China. The China News Director will supervise a team of journalists, including beat reporters, photographers, video journalists and deputies for […]

#AAJA12 Recap: Will the dragon lead the way?

Posted on May 14, 2012 in Events
#AAJA12 Recap: Will the dragon lead the way?

Experts on the Middle Kingdom’s politics, economy and human rights in 2012 kick off this year’s AAJA-JMSC conference. AAJA-Asia member Phil Pan, former Washington Post Beijing bureau chief, is our political expert; Chief Asia Economist Stephen Schwartz from BBVA is our finance guru; and Joshua Rosenzweig, a China human rights expert and former Senior Manager at The Dui Hua Foundation, fill out this […]

Photo recap: Beijing cocktails with US Ambassador Gary Locke

Posted on Apr 11, 2012 in Events

A big thank you to Ambassador Gary Locke and Madam Mona Locke for dropping by Beijing’s Capital Club to meet 16 of our members. (Some photos by Zachary Wang)

Ambassador Gary Locke to meet with AAJA Beijing

Posted on Mar 30, 2012 in Beijing, Events

U.S. Ambassador Honorable Gary Locke and Mrs. Mona Locke will join AAJA members in Beijing for  cocktails on Tuesday, April 10, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Beijing Capital Club. This members-only event serves as an official welcome from AAJA-Asia for the Lockes, who arrived in Beijing about six months ago. Locke, the first Asian American […]

Job opening: Multimedia assistant for UNICEF in Beijing

Posted on Mar 26, 2012 in Jobs

UNICEF seeks a communications assistant to be in charge of the China office’s website, video and social media channels. A journalist with six years’ of experience in online of digital media can apply. Knowledge of English and Mandarin, with translation abilities, a requirement, too. Apply by April 2. Full details here.

Found on Twitter: AAJA's CNN colleagues meet up

Posted on Mar 1, 2012 in Uncategorized

Chi-Chi Zhang, CNN associate producer in Beijing and AAJA-Asia’s national board representative, visits CNN’s Hong Kong office, where she bumps into Ramy Inocencio. Ramy is AAJA-Asia’s Hong Kong vice president,  CNN International’s Asia business analyst and owner of a fancy mug:

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