The Hong Kong Model United Nations Club has launched a special committee for university students reading Communications and Media. It welcomes university students studying journalism, whether as a major or minor, to join the Hong Kong Model United Nations Conference 2010 international conference as reporters.

Hong Kong Model United Nations Conference 2010 is organised by the Hong Kong Model United Nations Club. It is a student organization composed of young professionals in Hong Kong. Every year, over 400 delegates travel from all over the world to attend the conference. They debate international issues and make suggestions on improving the world by drafting resolutions.

Media Representatives

This year, the club has introduced a new Media Representatives Programme specifically designed for young journalists. Media Representatives will report events in the conference. They will also attend the press conference at the end of the conference.

Press Conference

Held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, this will serve as a  world class stage for Media Representatives to demonstrate their journalistic skills by reporting the conference and questioning delegates.

Applications:

The Hong Kong Model United Nations Club invites students to join our conference as Media Representatives. Application details are available at www.hkmunc.org.hk or from  contact Melody Leung at 6223-2167.

Sherina, Tang Oi Shan
President, Hong Kong Model United Nations Club
Tel:         (852) 2771-7621
Fax:        (852) 2771-7691
Email:     info@hkmunc.org.hk
Website: www.hkmunc.org.hk

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