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Winner of AAJA-Asia Google Digital Journalism Award

AAJA-Asia Chapter is proud to announce the winner of the first AAJA-Asia Google Digital Journalism Award that honors and recognizes the best journalism that features “new ways of storytelling” using digital technology. The award goes to: Patrick Boehler, SCMP: “Voices from Tiananmen” Here is a link to the winning entry: multimedia.scmp.com/tiananmen/ In this interactive SCMP …

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Congratulations to the winner of AAJA-Asia’s travel stipend

I am pleased to announce the winner of AAJA-Asia’s inaugural Professional Development Travel Stipend Program. On behalf of the AAJA-Asia board, I’d like to congratulate Lauren Hardie, in Seoul, who will receive $350 for expenses toward the chapter’s annual New.Now.Next International Media Conference in Hong Kong this June 6-8. For more on N3Con, head here: www.n3con.com We …

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Deadline extended! Apply for the AAJA-Asia travel stipend to Hong Kong

AAJA-Asia is excited to announce the AAJA-Asia Professional Development Travel Stipend program for chapter members, designed to reward promising and active members who might lack the financial ability to pursue their professional development aims. This pilot program will grant US$350 to a chapter member to help with travel costs to the 4th annual regional New.Now.Next Media Conference …

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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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