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Convention recap: AAJA-Asia wins Chapter of the Year Award for 2nd year

More than 20 AAJA-Asia chapter members made their way to the annual journalism conference, this year in New York in August 21-24. That’s record attendance for the Asia chapter at a national convention, out of nearly 1,400 people who registered this year. Long-time AAJA-Asia leader Professor Ying Chan received the Lifetime Achievement Award, but that …

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N3Con through a student’s eyes: ‘I am a different kind of millennial’

By AAJA-Asia student member Teppei Kasai in Tokyo The three-day New.Now.Next Media Conference at The University of Hong Kong was an enriching experience, especially for a Japanese university student like myself. With panels including investigative reporting in China, data journalism and reporting on North Korea, the conference offered a wide variety of topics that were …

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Countdown to N3Con: ‘Eight Days Away’ social in Hong Kong

This May 16, we’ll be just eight days away from the 2013 NewNowNext Media Conference. Come and join your fellow conference goers in a pre-conference, pre-party mixer! We welcome the many new AAJA members who have signed up as we’ve geared up for this year’s annual event. Expand your networks and meet new friends in the AAJA family before the hustle and …

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Photo recap: EWC International Media Conference in Seoul

AAJA-Asia members not only live-tweeted the conference in Seoul over the weekend, some were speakers and many more participated in the discussions — and trekked up to the 38th parallel to the DMZ. We all had our cameras on hand too. Here’s some of what AAJA-Asia president Ken Moritsugu and vice president Ramy Inocencio captured: …

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#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 …

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#AAJA12 Recap: Peeling back the Apple's skin

We get the freshest juice on Apple with Marketplace’s China correspondent. Rob Schmitz forced a rare retraction on a recent episode of the popular radio show This American Life. He visits us from Shanghai and sits down for a one-on-one lightning round with AAJA’s Zela Chin of TVB to share his story and the latest news about this tech giant. Continue …

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