Journalism in Asia: Reflections from the Field
Careers in Asia Series, Fall 2007
Tuesday, November 06, 200712:00 PM - 1:30 PM
11377 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Columnist and Director of the UCLA Media Center
James F. Paradise
UCLA Political Science Ph.D. Candidate and former reporter for UPI and Dow Jones in Tokyo
Tom Plate is a UCLA professor, columnist and regular contributor to The South China Morning Post, Mainichi Shimbun, The China Times, The Korea Times, The Khaleej Times, The Seattle Times, The San Diego Business Journal, and The Straits Times. A longtime journalist, he is the founder of the UCLA Asia Pacific Media Network, and of the UCLA Media Center. His column, Pacific Perspectives, appears in the Asia Institute’s online news publication, AsiaMedia.
James F. Paradise is currently researching China’s participation in the World Trade Organization and the implications of domestic and international politics on its compliance behavior. He is a contributing writer for AsiaMedia.
Careers in Asia, a quarterly series of the UCLA Asia Institute, provides a forum for students and faculty to hear visiting scholars and professionals associated with UCLA discuss their careers and experiences working in, with, and on Asia.
Sponsor(s): Asia Institute