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#AAJA12 Recap: Picture perfection with Instagram

If you’re on Instagram in Hong Kong, then you should know Tyson Wheatley. He’s the city’s co-founder of Instayay, a club for Instagram obsessives. Since starting the group with two friends in 2011, Wheatley now has more than 60,000 followers as he snaps his way through his Hong Kong life. He tells us … Continue reading >>

Live conference coverage: Tune in or follow #AAJA12 on Twitter

Not in Hong Kong? Can’t make it to the 2012 AAJA-JMSC Media Conference? Don’t fret — you can still join the conversation. Follow along on Twitter with @AAJAAsia and #AAJA12. Want to ask a question to one of our expert panelists? Submit a query with #AAJA12. Watch the full-day conference live! The Journalism & Media Studies …

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AAJA-JMSC Media Conference: Student journalists needed

WANTED: Student journalists to cover the AAJA-JMSC Media Conference on May 11 and 12 at HKU. We need photographers, videographers, bloggers, and Tweeters to cover the various panels and the event. Benefits A chance to work with professional journalists Work to add to your work portfolio, especially when it comes to social media Conference admission will …

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Recap: Meet the Authors in Hong Kong

AAJA in Hong Kong hosted a discussion panel about writing and publishing for journalists. The panel was diverse, with perspectives from the world of fiction, non-fiction and publishing. Meet the authors… Michelle Yu, coauthor, with Blossom Kan, of “Young, Restless and Broke” and “China Dolls” Cameron Dueck, author of “The New Northwest Passage,” due out …

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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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