Deadline: September 30, annually
Successful applicants must carry out ASEAN Assignment before March 31, annually.
Eligibility: ASEAN Assignment offers up to two Canadian print journalists specializing in economics, technology or business affairs the opportunity to spend two weeks researching and writing stories of their own choice in Southeast Asia.
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
666-999 Canada Place
Vancouver, BC V6C 3E1
Description: The program aims to help Canadian jounalists, and through them the Canadian community, to become better informed about this dynamic part of the world.
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