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Saturday, August 13 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Connecting the Dots: Asia Stories in Your Backyard

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Events and trends in places such as China, Vietnam and India often play out on Main Street and Willow Lane. U.S. journalists need to follow the trends and money flows between the continents for great stories that connect the continents. This session will focus on how to spot those trends for interesting stories in your backyard.

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Annalisa Burgos

Journalist, Annalisa Burgos
Annalisa Burgos is a multi-platform journalist with 16 years of experience in news and lifestyle reporting, producing and hosting in Asia, New York City, Washington, DC, and Los Angeles. Before moving to Asia, Annalisa was a New York-based anchor, reporter and editor for several major media companies, including HGTV, Forbes, CNBC and Bloomberg. Follow her on Facebook at facebook.com/annalisathejournalist and on Twitter and Instagram at... Read More →

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Brian Carovillano

Vice President, US News, The Associate Press
Brian Carovillano is vice president for U.S. News at The Associated Press in New York. Carovillano joined AP in 2000 and worked as a reporter and editor in Rhode Island, Boston and San Francisco. In 2008 he became regional editor for the southern U.S., based in Atlanta and overseeing operations and coverage across 13 states. He led AP's award-winning coverage of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In 2010, he moved to... Read More →
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Steve Herman

Senior Diplomatic Correspondent, Voice of America
Steve Herman is a veteran VOA News correspondent who reported from Asia for more 25 years. Herman is a former president of both the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan and the Seoul Foreign Correspondents' Club and is currently a governor of the Overseas Press Club of America.
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Ching-Ching Ni

Editor-in-Chief, New York Times Chinese
Ching-Ching Ni is editor-in-chief of the New York Times Chinese language website cn.nytimes.com, the newspaper’s first online edition in a foreign language. She started her journalism career at Newsday in New York and served for about a decade as China correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. Before becoming an editor she was associate dean and professor at the journalism school at Shantou University in southern China.

Saturday August 13, 2016 10:00am - 11:30am

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