#신지은의 #통일공감 #북한의 #평양
평양은 북한의 상징과도 같은 곳인데요.
#김정은과 더불어 #북한지도층이 많이 살고 있는 곳이기도 하죠.
때문에 다른 도시에 비해 엄중한 감시와 통제가 이뤄지고 있습니다.
이런 곳에 #AP통신 #평양지국을 개설한 대담한 여성이 있었다고 합니다.
바로 미국인이자 한국계 2세인 진 리입니다.
통일공감에서 그녀가 북한에서 보고 들은 경험과 언론인의 시각으로서 바라본 평양에 관해 이야기를 나눠봤습니다.
Jean Lee discusses the challenges of reporting on a country considered among the world's worst for press freedom, the role her Korean-American ethnicity played in her interactions with the North Koreans, and her observations on reunification after working as a journalist on both sides of the DMZ.Read More
Daily life in North Korea in the Kim Jong Un Era
Date December 2nd, 2013
Place EAST ASIA FOUNDATION
The East Asia Foundation hosted the 21st EAF seminar on December 2nd. Ms. Jean Lee, the Associated Press’s first Pyongyang bureau chief, spoke about her time in North Korea. Ms. Lee was responsible for establishing the Associated Press’s presence. Interest regarding life as a foreign journalist in North Korea drew one of the largest crowds of the year. By the time Ms. Lee’s presentation concluded, the audience had filled the room to capacity.Read More
"Uncovering North Korea"
New.Now.Next Media Conference at the University of Hong Kong
Jean H. Lee, Barbara Demick, Steve Herman
Social media has transformed culture, communication, creativity and journalism in every nation on Earth — other than North Korea, of course. Wait — not so fast. What do we really know about social media’s role in the mysterious nation — or what role it could play in the future, in the open or underground? Get some insight and answers to your questions as Associated Press Social Media Editor Eric Carvin leads a conversation with AP Korea bureau chief Jean H. Lee, a social media-savvy journalist with firsthand expertise on the reclusive regime north of the 38th parallel.Read More