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Find Out What Our 2014 Convention Student Scholarship Winners Learned At AAJA14

Find Out What Our 2014 Convention Student Scholarship Winners Learned At AAJA14

Emily Tan August 27, 2014 0

The AAJA convention experience is different for every individual. So this year we asked 2014 convention student scholarship winners Hye-Jin Yun and Tony Chau to share their thoughts on this year’s AAJA convention in

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Meet the 2014 AAJA Convention Scholarship Winners

Meet the 2014 AAJA Convention Scholarship Winners

Emily Tan August 12, 2014 0

AAJA-NY awards scholarships to student and professional members in the chapter to help them with the costs of the annual convention. This year, the chapter awarded two students and six professionals with this prize.

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Euny Hong Breaks Down Korean Pop Culture and Its World Domination In New Book

Euny Hong Breaks Down Korean Pop Culture and Its World Domination In New Book

Emily Tan August 4, 2014 0

While much of the news these days regarding South Korea is of the political nature, it’s hard to ignore that its media, entertainment, and yes, even music, has become more mainstream in recent years.

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Ed Lin Talks About His Latest Book, ‘Ghost Month’

Ed Lin Talks About His Latest Book, ‘Ghost Month’

Emily Tan August 1, 2014 0

Award-winning writer and longtime AAJA member Ed Lin has just released his latest crime novel, “Ghost Month,” now available everywhere. “Publishers Weekly said, “”For a guy who scoffs at the ghosts revered by so

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Meet Yun Lu — AAJA-NY’s Spring Intern Stipend Winner

Meet Yun Lu — AAJA-NY’s Spring Intern Stipend Winner

Emily Tan June 18, 2014 0

Being one of the nation’s epicenters of media, New York has always had a constant flow of new journalistic talent. And as one of the AAJA’s largest chapters, AAJA-NY wanted to help support the

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NYT’s Mike Hale Moderates POV Docs Q&A With ‘When I Walk’ Filmmakers

NYT’s Mike Hale Moderates POV Docs Q&A With ‘When I Walk’ Filmmakers

Hannah Bae June 10, 2014 0

AAJAers were proud of support one of our own, Mike Hale of The New York Times, as he moderated an inspiring discussion with two local filmmakers this week for an event with the NYT’s

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Cheryl Tan Talks ‘Singapore Noir,’ Transition from WSJ to Books & More

Cheryl Tan Talks ‘Singapore Noir,’ Transition from WSJ to Books & More

Hannah Bae June 9, 2014 0

The past few months have been a whirlwind for Cheryl Tan, who just launched her second book, the fiction anthology “Singapore Noir.” An accomplished journalist, she told us about how she made the leap

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Meet AAJA’s Selections For The 2014 ELP Class

Meet AAJA’s Selections For The 2014 ELP Class

Emily Tan April 7, 2014 0

Last week, AAJA chose the members of the Executive Leadership Program for

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SI Kids Senior Editor Sachin Shenolikar Rocks Out In NYC With The Condescending Liberals

SI Kids Senior Editor Sachin Shenolikar Rocks Out In NYC With The Condescending Liberals

Emily Tan February 20, 2014 0

Although AAJA is known for its up-and-coming and veteran journalists, we aren’t always running after a story, working on deadline or hunting down a source. There are more sides to us. And so we

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NYC Holds Vigils And Raises Funds For Arts Journalist Randy Gener

NYC Holds Vigils And Raises Funds For Arts Journalist Randy Gener

Emily Tan January 25, 2014 0

On Jan. 17, Randy Gener, theater journalist as well as AAJA member and volunteer, was reportedly assaulted in midtown and left around 7th Avenue between 54th and 55th Street in Manhattan, according to BroadwayWorld.

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