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Tokyo lunch with special guest Oanh Ha, Bloomberg Vietnam bureau chief

Tokyo members are planning a lunch with visiting AAJA member, Oanh Ha, Bloomberg News, Vietnam bureau chief, this Saturday. Oanh will be in Tokyo with her husband and kids. Please join us for the meet-up over soba and feel free to bring your babies, toddlers and kids as well as your significant others. Nothing better than cold …

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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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Tokyo brunch with special AAJA guests Paul Cheung, Sharon Chan and Angie Lau

Get the latest on AAJA’s marquee event over brunch this Saturday, June 1, from three AAJA national leaders visiting Tokyo:   Sharon Chan (Seattle – former AAJA national president) Paul Cheung (New York – AAJA national president) Angie Lau (Hong Kong – co-director for AAJA J-camp)   Date/Time: Sat., June 1 at 11:30 a.m. ~ Location: Suginoko – Aoyama (Omotesando) 3F, 3-8-12, Kitaaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0061

Job posting: TV reporter/producer for Reuters in Tokyo

Thomson Reuters is looking for a self-driven and dynamic on air journalist to join our television team in Asia, primarily reporting on the Japanese financial markets in English. While markets remain the focus, the successful candidate has to combine economic, political and general news coverage of Asia that will connect the dots and make sense …

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AAJA reporters file from quake-scarred Japan

Several AAJA members reported from Japan over the weekend, when the nation marked a year after its devastating earthquake. The stories include a personal reflection, a look at the auto industry and radiation, as well as how schoolchildren, farmers and fishermen are coping. Read on: Japan-based member Ayako Mie joined force with Chico Harlan for …

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Found on Twitter: AAJA-ers cover Japan, one year after the quake

Selected tweets from AAJA members who are covering or following Japan as it marks one year after the massive earthquake on March 11, 2011. Steve Herman, @W7VOA, files several reports from the field for Voice of America. (See his collection of stories.) Masato Kajimoto, @SociologJourno, leads a group of journalism students on a reporting trip, …

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New AAJA-Asia member heads up student coverage of tsunami anniversary

AAJA-Asia’s newest member Masato Kajimoto, a teaching consultant at the Journalism & Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong, is leading a student journalism trip in Japan this week. Masato (@sociologjourno) will take seven journalism students to Japan to cover the first anniversary of last year’s devastating earthquake and tsunami. Read about the …

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