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REPORTING NEW REALITIES IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
April 25-28, 2010
The conference, hosted on the University of Hong Kong campus, is open to all media professionals. Build new networks and information sources among an anticipated 200 plus journalists and other professionals from the United States and countries throughout Asia and the Pacific.
This event will provide on-the-ground updates on news and media issues in the world's most dynamic region through keynote speakers, panels of journalists and other professionals, media workshops, a pre-conference study tour to Southern China, and a post-conference excursion that will examine important issues in Hong Kong today.
Continue to check this website for new updates on speakers and other details about the Second International Media Conference 2010.
Confirmed speakers include editors of leading economic news publications in China and India, an internationally recognized expert on global energy, an infectious disease specialist, and the director of a team looking at new media business models that will thrive in the Internet age while still maintaining quality journalism.
Continue to check this website for updates on new speakers, panelists and workshop leaders.
Program tracks will follow developments in China and its regional and global role in the wake of the global economic crisis; trade and economies in the region; evolving issues in terrorism and security, health, environment, energy and other important areas; Obama policy in Asia; regional updates from South Asia, Southeast Asia and Northeast Asia; and issues important to all journalists in the Internet age.
US$175 by March 22, 2010
US$225 starting March 23, 2010
Your registration fee includes conference materials, the Gala Dinner, three lunches, admission to all conference sessions, and a choice of a 1/2 day field tripin Hong Kong. All conference sessions will take place on the University of Hong Kong campus.
Daily rates now available for Hong Kong residents.
Our conference hotel is the Hotel Jen . All standard rooms at HK$620 (US$80) have been filled, but the hotel is offering Jen Harborview Rooms at a special rate of HK$920 (US$118). This rate includes breakfast and Internet access. Please contact Hotel Jen via email at firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
For more information contact:
1601 East-West Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96848-1601