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 […]
The voting period ends at 11 pm on Dec. 8, 2017. Election results will be announced at the Dec. 9 year-end party.
AAJA-Asia Seoul, the Asian American Journalists Association-Asia’s biggest subchapter, is seeking to fill its ranks with an ambitious new board for 2018.
AAJA is my family. There’s no other way to describe my relationship with this unique community that first welcomed me as a high school scholarship recipient. While at the national convention this summer, I ran into an AAJA friend who still remembered giving me that scholarship when I was a teenager. There are many journalism and media organizations, but […]
Many journalists in South Korea, including myself, have long been forced to work as the government’s mouthpiece and now increasingly for family-run chaebols. It is no secret that local journalists have no choice but to write state-funded or chaebol-backed advertorials without any mention of them being paid content if they want to keep their job as media companies’ dependence […]