To mark World Press Freedom Day (May 3), we've assessed Asia-Pacific's latest media situation.
How did Asia's media respond to the recent earthquake in Nepal that affected nearly eight million people? Find out in the latest APMU feature.
Check out our latest country reports on China, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia and Japan. In the coming weeks, we will be releasing additional updated reports for the rest of Asia-Pacific.
Over the span of just two months, two bloggers have been killed in Bangladesh. Where does that leave the country? Find answers in the latest article on the Asia-Pacific Media Update.
Once a pluralistic media landscape, only a few media outlets in Bhutan survived. Find out more in the latest APMU article.
50 Years of Singapore
Today we hosted a luncheon event on 50 Years of Democratic Development in Singapore. Amongst others Dr. Beatrice Gorawantschy, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung's Asia-Pacific Head, and Charles Chong, Deputy Speaker and Member of Singapore's Parliament, were present.
The latest Reporters Without Borders (RSF) World Press Freedom Index noted a drastic decline in freedom of information in 2014. 21 out of 27 countries in Asia did not even make it among the first hundred, 22 saw their evaluation drop from the year before. Read all about it here.
The Chinese government recently decided to tighten its already draconian internet regulations. From March 1 onwards, internet users are required to register with their real names. Read our new article on the Asia-Pacific Media Update.
For our latest article, we looked at Fiji's media landscape after the 2014 national elections and report on the country's regulations that are still obstructing domestic media.
Applications for the ACFJ Fellowships for MA Journalism at the Konrad Adenauer Asian Centre for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University, are currently open. Those interested are encouraged to apply through this web-based form. Applications close on the 15th January 2015.