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Hong Kong Media Moves: July 2018

Find out who’s moving where in Hong Kong’s busy media landscape, in association with Telum Media. Also, see job listings for the region.

Maggie Luo becomes the Hong Kong Bureau Chief of Sina Finance

As the newly-appointed Hong Kong Bureau Chief of Sina Finance, Maggie Luo helps oversee financial news in the region. She was with China Business Network in Hong Kong for the past five years, most recently as its Senior Correspondent.

Oliver Giles changes role at Hong Kong Tatler

Oliver Giles has recently assumed a new title as Art and Culture Editor of Hong Kong Tatler, working across print and digital platforms. He is a long-term Hongkonger who is passionate about art and architecture and has previously contributed to CNN, South China Morning Post, Forbes and a range of other publications.

Owen Churchill now US Correspondent for SCMP

Owen Churchill has recently joined South China Morning Post as a US Correspondent in Washington, DC, where he will cover US-China relations. He was the founding member of Sixth Tone in 2015, and has since focused on China and its politics, media, technology, arts, and culture.

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CHINA JOBS

Diesel Progress International – freelance columnist

Global business magazine Diesel Progress International is looking for an English-speaking China-based freelancer to supply a regular column. DPI covers the products, technology and news of engine-powered equipment and component makers in the marine, on-highway and off-highway markets. Visit www.dieselprogress.com

We need a 500 word column, six times a year with the prospect of further assignments covering relevant industry news from China. Contact Ian Cameron. Ian.cameron@khl.com

Bloomberg BNA Freelance Correspondent

Bloomberg BNA is seeking a freelance correspondent in Beijing, China, with several years reporting experience to write on trade developments involving China.

Must have the ability to write clearly and concisely about complex topics, and a highly developed nose for news. Freelancer would work remotely from Beijing, but collaborate with our editors in the Washington, D.C. area regularly via email and phone. Freelance positions offer a competitive pay rate commensurate with experience, and correspondents will be expected to file stories on a regular basis.

For consideration, please send a CV/resume and published hard news or news analysis writing samples to correspondentjobs@bna.com

RTL/FD – News assistant

Dutch RTL Television (荷兰国际新闻电视台) and the Dutch Financial Daily (荷兰金融日报) are hiring! From our bureau in Sanlitun, you will be researching for and setting up (multimedia) productions on finance, business and economics for the newspaper, and broader China-features for our tv-channels and online platforms. The job requires you to be able to work under high time pressure, though in return offers you a high degree of flexibility. Expect one or two trips per month in which you will be assisting the journalist in the role of producer. A background in journalism, some TV-experience and basic knowledge of finance and economics are preferred, bilingual language skills (English + Chinese) are a must. Interested? Get in touch with Sjoerd den Daas and send a brief introduction incl. your salary expectations + CV to sjoerd.den.daas@fd.nl 

News Assistant at Die Zeit

DIE ZEIT is a weekly publication, so we’re not that newsy. The position requires longtime research, ability to find story ideas besides the daily news cycles, good interview and field reporting skills and organizational efficiency to juggle different complex projects at the same time. Background in print journalism is welcome, but not mandatory. DIE ZEIT’s office is going to be a one-person-operation (me), so we’re going to be a small team of two. Since we don’t have daily deadlines, working hours will be flexible and up to individual arrangement. Please sent your CV and short application to Xifan.Yang@zeit.de

Researcher, North East Asia, International Crisis Group

International Crisis Group is looking for a North East Asia researcher for its Hong Kong office. It’s a great opportunity to 事实求是 on foreign and security policy at a fascinating 历史交汇期 for China, 东亚 and the 国际体系. Requires excellent English and Mandarin Chinese. Reports to Senior Adviser for North East Asia. This is an entry-level position, about half administrative and half research work, ideal for energetic recent graduates. If interested please apply by 15 July online: jobs.crisisgroup.org/o/researcher-north-east-asia

News Assistant at The Straits Times 

The Straits Times is a Singapore-based English-language newspaper. We are looking for someone for its bureau in Beijing to do research and reporting as well as some administrative work. The person we are looking for is bilingual in Chinese and English and has experience in news reporting including writing news stories in English. Please write with your CV to Goh Sui Noi at suinoi@sph.com.sg




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