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AAJA-Asia Uplink: Lessons from the field

AAJA-Asia will be hosting its first ever multi-city online journalism event on Nov. 29. Two panels with several top speakers and experienced journalists from across Asia will meet, in person and online, to talk shop. Find out where people are meeting in your city and come join the discussion! LOCATIONS Tokyo — Waseda University (1-104 Totsukamachi, Shinjuku. …

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Join AAJA Seoul for a trip to the DMZ, with Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights

Time for a spring trip! We’ll embark for the DMZ to Panmunjom. This is as close as you can get to the border between the two Koreas. The trip will be about 6-7 hours total on Saturday, May 24… starting at 11AM. And this won’t be any ordinary DMZ tour. Of course we’ll have the …

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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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AAJA-Asia congratulates Yuri Nagano & Hannah Bae for 2014 ELP

AAJA’s premier leadership-training program, the Executive Leadership Program, has chosen key AAJA-Asia leaders Yuri Nagano and Hannah Bae as part of its exclusive 2014 program. Yuri, vice president of AAJA-Asia’s Tokyo sub-chapter, is an American freelance reporter with long-time roots in California and in AAJA. She has reported for Bloomberg BNA, the Los Angeles Times, AP, International …

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Seoul Thought Talk: How to use public opinion data

Welcome to what feels like springtime in Seoul! Our next event will be the start of our special panel series called ‘thought talks’ where we have a small group discussion with an expert or opinion leader. How to Effectively Use Public Opinion Data in Your Stories Date: Saturday, April 5th, 2014 Time: 12:00PM-1:30PM Location: Salon …

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Congrats to Jean Lee, Alicia Patterson Foundation fellowship winner

AAJA-Asia member Jean Lee, Seoul bureau chief for the Associated Press, is a 2014 recipient of the Alicia Patterson Foundation grant, American journalism’s oldest writing fellowship. The program — created in 1965 in memory of Alicia Patterson, editor and publisher of Newsday — helps top journalists pursue in-depth reporting on national and international issues. The new …

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