Student Journalists Hong Kong Fellowship
Deadline: end of January, annually
Eligibility: Students in the third year or above of a Bachelor of Journalism Programme in all recognized universities or journalism schools in Canada are invited to apply for the opportunity to aquaint thmeselves with the Hong Kong Administrative Region (HKSAR) of the People's Republic of China. Each application must include a resume and a written proposal outlining what is to be achieved. It is the obligation of the winning student journalists to publish or broadcast some stories about Hong Kong after their trips in the local media or in their university/sschool journals or newsletters.
Value: Two fellowships will be awarded. Each includes a return air ticket between Canada and Hong Kong and hotel accomodation for nine nights and ten days.
Contact: John Tam
174 St. George St.
Toronto, ON M5R 2M7
Description: Applicants must demonstrate that they have done some research on Hong Kong as evidenced by their proposals. The proposal can concentrate on any area of life in Hong Kong.
Further Details: Joint Organizer: Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ)
John Dickins, Executive Director
1385 Woodroffe Ave., B-224
Ottawa, ON K2G 1V8
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