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2012 China-United States Journalists Exchange Launched

13/08/2012 15:23

The East-West Center has announced the 2012 China-United States Journalists Exchange journalism program for print, broadcast and online journalists with at least five years of experience from the United States and China. Scheduled to hold November 23-December 8, 2012, it will focus on the growing importance of China-US relations in global affairs and the global economy.



The program will provide opportunities for Chinese and US journalists to explore the dynamics of US-China relations, as well as economic, social, cultural and political impacts in China and the United States. Accepted participants will meet with government and business leaders, academics, journalists, non-governmental organizations and other members of Chinese and American communities.


The program, which is organized in collaboration with the All-China Journalists Association and the Better Hong Kong Foundation, will begin with all participants meeting in Honolulu for a 2-day dialogue after their study tours. The program will cover all air transportation, lodging, and program-related ground transportation and meals for participating journalists.



For Program for US Participants, dates are: November 23-December 8, 2012

China Destinations include: Beijing, Yunnan, and Hong Kong

Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 19, 2012


For US Journalists the following application materials listed below should be forwarded by E-mail: journalismfellowship@eastwestcenter.org

or by Fax to 1-808-944-7600


  • Current resume or curriculum vitae (no more than 2 pages)
  • Cover letter outlining specific issues of interest and goals you would expect to accomplish
  • Names and contact information for three references
  • Completed Applicant Information Cover Sheet (please be sure to save a copy to your computer using "save as" before typing in any content)


For Program for Chinese Participants, dates are: November 27-December 8, 2012

US Destinations include: Washington, DC; New York City, New York; Chicago, Illinois; Honolulu, Hawaii


For Chinese journalists, please contact the All-China Journalists Association (www.zgjx.cn) for all details on the program.




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