[Blueboard] Chinese Studies Program Lecture Series

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Sat Sep 8 11:38:15 PHT 2012

The Chinese Studies Program
School of Social Sciences

invites you to a sharing session

A Filipino Correspondent in Beijing:
Up Close and Personal with CNN?s Jaime FlorCruz

10.30AM-12.00NN  ?  Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies Conference Room 206
Ateneo de Manila University

Please RSVP to the Chinese Studies Program - 4266001 locals 5208, 5288  

Jaime A. FlorCruz is CNN?s Beijing Bureau Chief and correspondent,  
responsible for strategic planning of the network?s news coverage of  
China. FlorCruz has studied and worked in China for more than 40  
years. He has reported extensively on the country as a journalist  
since 1980, when he started his career in China as a reporter for  
Newsweek Magazine. In 1982 he joined TIME magazine?s Beijing bureau,  
and served as its bureau chief from 1990 to 2000. He has witnessed and  
reported on the most significant events of China?s past three decades.

FlorCruz also writes a weekly online column (Jaime?s China) that  
offers analysis about Chinese society and politics. He is considered  
the dean of the foreign press corps in Beijing, being the  
longest-serving foreign correspondent in China to date. He was a  
two-term president of the 200-member Foreign Correspondents' Club of  
China (1988-1990 and 1996-1999). He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in  
advertising from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines and a  
degree in Chinese history from Peking University.

Come to this informal sharing session and learn about journalism,  
China, and a Filipino professional?s life overseas. Ask Jaime FlorCruz  
about his views and experiences as a long-time correspondent in  
Beijing. Don?t miss this opportunity!

Chinese Studies Program
School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools
Ateneo de Manila University
Room 200, 2/F, Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108,Philippines
Phone (632) 426-6001 locals 5208, 5209
Fax   (632) 929-5397; 926-5118
Email <chinese at admu.edu.ph>

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