Programs

China
28/10/2016

Senior Chinese journalists to visit Sydney and Melbourne

As part of the 2016 China Australia Journalist Exchange, a group of senior Chinese media professionals will visit Sydney and Melbourne between 22 and 24 November 2016. The group – representing prominent Chinese media organisations – including Economic Daily, Xinhua News Agency and Shanghai Media Group – will visit newsrooms and hold a range of […]
22/08/2016

2016 China Australia Journalist Exchange

The Asia Pacific Journalism Centre is calling for applications from Australian journalists for the fourth China Australia Journalist Exchange.
Asia Pacific
23/06/2015

Fellowship builds reporting skills for economic literacy and women’s empowerment

Building journalism skills to report the economic life of communities, and especially the role of women, was the major theme of a journalism fellowship program delivered recently by APJC. Seventeen journalists from Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu attended the five-week program, supported by Australian AID under the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Australia Awards Fellowships scheme.
China
10/06/2015

China Australia Journalist Exchange explores agriculture links

A visit to Ningxia in China’s mid-west has given seven Australian journalists the opportunity to explore the growing relationship between China’s and Australia’s agricultural sectors. The group visited the autonomous region, surrounded by desert and mountains and intersected by the Yellow River, as part of the 2015 China Australia Journalist Exchange, which is now in its third year.
Myanmar
24/04/2015

APJC helps Myanmar media prepare for reporting general elections

Journalists from across Myanmar travelled to Yangon in late March to take part in two workshops on election reporting organised by the Asia Pacific Journalism Centre. The program was part of the International Press Institute’s 2015 world congress and general assembly and has come at a time of transition towards greater independence for news media in Myanmar.