20 Journalists Chosen for J2J Training on Trade

Twenty Asia-based journalists have been selected for the National Press Foundation’s Journalist-to-Journalist training program on international trade to be held June 17–20 in Hong Kong.

This new program offered by the National Press Foundation is made possible by an educational grant from the Hinrich Foundation.  Interest in the training was exceptionally high; NPF received more than 200 applications.

The International Trade fellows are:

Fira Abdurachman | Indonesia | Freelance Journalist/The New York Times

Pamela Ambler | Singapore | Forbes Asia

Shashank Bengali | Singapore | Los Angeles Times

Nile Bowie | Singapore | Asia Times

Danson Cheong | China | The Straits Times

Miao Han | China | Bloomberg News

Marifi S. Jara | Philippines | BusinessWorld Publishing Corp.

Amanda Lee | China | South China Morning Post

Linda Lew | Hong Kong | South China Morning Post

Asit Ranjan Mishra | India | Mint

Rupali Mukherjee | India | The Times of India

Dư Nhật Ðăng | Vietnam | Tuổi Trẻ Newspaper

Ronna Nirmala | Indonesia | Beritagar.id

Ralf Rivas | Philippines | Rappler

Amiti Sen | India | The Hindu Business Line

Gunjan Sharma | India | Press Trust of India

Shannon Teoh | Malaysia | The Straits Times

Sabrina Toppa | Pakistan | Freelance Journalist

Cathy Yang | Philippines | ABS-CBN Corporation

Archie Zhang | China | Financial Times

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