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Job opening: Business editor in Seoul

The Korea JoongAng Daily, and English-language newspaper in partnership with the International Herald Tribune, has an opening for a deputy editor/business editor in Seoul. It is looking for a native English speaker with daily newspaper experience. Send your resume to enational@joonang.co.kr or go to the full announcement here.  

Job opening: Social media for U.S. Consulate in HK

The U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong is seeking candidates for social media assistant. Among the duties, the social media assistant will advise on HK, Macau, and mainland social media trends, technologies, and platforms. Deadline to apply is November 11. More details about the position here, and how to apply on the consulate’s website.

Job openings: TV producers for Caixin Media in Beijing

Caixin Media, which calls itself one of China’s most independent and outspoken news outlets, is looking for Junior and Senior TV Producers to work in Beijing on in-depth programs on economic and financial issues in China.Job Requirements:   At least 3-5 years’ TV experience   Native English speaker; Chinese language skills a plus   Sound …

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Job opening: CCTV, Shanghai

CCTV is looking for freelance journalists based in Shanghai (with business reporting, on-camera experience and a decent grasp of finance and economics). The position is for CCTV International, which is looking for native or near-native English speakers.

Wall Street Journal job opening: Asia-Pacific markets, Sydney-based

The Wall Street Journal is looking to bring a deals blogger/editor aboard to strengthen our coverage of mergers and acquisition activity in one the most exciting and vibrant markets in Asia-Pacific. The successful candidate will help shape deals news for the whole of Australasia and work closely with reporters in the joint Wall Street Journal-Dow …

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