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Other Articles by Kang Seok-Jae
Asia Journalist Association Holds AJA Forum 2008 & Plenary Session in Korea
By Kang Seok-Jae
Senior Writer
The Asia Journalist Association held the AJA Forum 2008 and the 2008 AJA Plenary Session on October 7-10, 2008, in Seoul and provincial areas in Korea, drawing about 60 journalists from 31 countries ...

Asia Journalist Association Holds 2007 Plenary Session in Korea
By Kang Seok-Jae
Senior Writer
The Asia Journalist Association held its 2007 Plenary Session at the Baekdam Temple in Inje-gun, Gangwon Province, Korea on Dec. 1, 2007. The participants in the session approved some amendments to ...

Int’l Poetry Festival for World Peace Held
Some 100 Poets from World Gathered at Mt. Geumgang
By Kang Seok-Jae
Senior Writer
Mt. GEUMGANG, North Korea – About 100 poets from all around the world gathered here this past weekend to share their love for world peace. Attending the 2005 International Poetry Festival for ...

High Technology, Sports Instrumental in Promoting Korean Investment in Germany
By Kang Seok-Jae
Senior Writer
Germany is one of the most attractive places in the world for Korean investors, especially in the high-tech sector, and sports could be an important factor, German experts say. ...

Athenes 2004
Korea, China Add 1 Gold in Taekwondo Aug. 29

By Kang Seok-Jae
Senior Writer
ATHENS, Greece — Korea and China clinched one more gold medal each in the taekwondo competition here on Aug. 29, 2004, the final day of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Korea's Moon Dae-sung required ...

China, US Wins 1 Gold in Taekwondo Aug. 28
ATHENS, Greece — China and the United States grabbed one gold medal each in the taekwondo competition of the 2004 Athens Olympics here Aug. 28, 2004. China's Luo Wei defeated ...

S. Korea Wins 1 Gold, 1 Bronze in Taekwondo
ATHENS, Greece —- Korea won one gold and one bronze medals in the taekwondo competition of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games Aug. 27, 2004. Iran also won one gold medal on the second day of the ...

Chinese Taipei Sweeps 2 Golds in Taekwondo
ATHENS, Greece —- Chinese Taipei swept the two gold medals at stake here Aug. 26 on the opening day of the four-day taekwondo competition at the 2004 Athens Olympics. In the women's under 49 kg final ...

JAK Urges Indonesian Gov't to Remove Defamation as Offense Under Criminal Code
The Journalists Association of Korea (JAK), the largest group of working journalists in Korea, urged the Indonesian government Aug. 16, 2004, to remove defamation as an offence under the criminal code. ...

JAK Backs Global Campaign against Bribery
The Journalists Association of Korea has given its strong backing to a new initiative to eliminate the practice of bribery in journalism. "We support and welcome a new campaign to get rid of all forms of ...

World Taekwondo Festival Kicks off in Cheongju
Int'l Graduate School of English Gains Recognition from Abroad
JAK Seeks Support from Int'l Media Community for Safety of Journalists in Conflict-Ridden Areas
JAK Calls for "Urgent" Global Media Support for Immediate Release of South Korean Captive
3 Int'l Taekwondo Events Take Place in June
Korea to Expand Journalists Exchange, Cooperation with Greece, Russia, Bulgaria
Korea's GSIT Becomes Asia's 1st CIUTI Member
South Africa's Nelson Mandela Selected as Recipient of Manhae Peace Prize
Korea, Russia to Expand Journalist Exchange
JAK Launches Fund-Raising Drive for North Korean Blast Victims
JAK Delivers Protest Letter to U.S. Embassy Over Detention of Korean Journalists in Iraq




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