Tips On Writing Press Releases Editors Will Use

Posted by on อังคาร, 16 ตุลาคม 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  As a former news editor/foreign correspondent for an international news organization, I would conservatively estimate that at least 200 press releases flooded into the office everyday. Consequently, less than 10% of the press releases received more than a cursory glance, and it is likely this figure is also true for many other editors, as there is insufficient time to read and comprehend press releases that fail to immediately capture...

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Sample Press Release – Festival marks Thailand’s move to boost ties in Morocco

Posted by on อังคาร, 16 ตุลาคม 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Thailand is aiming to boost bilateral, cultural and economic relations with Morocco, commencing with a spectacular festival which aims to showcase the Kingdom as one of South-East Asia’s premier business and tourist destinations.  From September 20-23, the Royal Thai Embassy will be hosting the 4-day “Unforgettable Thailand” festival at Morocco Mall, Casablanca, to introduce Thailand to the people of Morocco.  There will be a feast of...

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Lost in Translation… Literally!! – UKPROedits

Posted by on อาทิตย์, 16 กันยายน 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

During our travels, we often find ourselves lost for words… literally. The inability to speak a foreign language sufficiently coherently to make yourself understood to the locals, can often lead to hilarious consequences which can often leave everyone involved in the episode more than a little baffled!! This has often been the case in Rabat, Morocco which was home to us for all of 6 weeks, although it felt longer! With the majority of...

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Diaoyu island spat between Japan and China damaging for Asia – UKPROedits

Posted by on พฤหัสบดี, 13 กันยายน 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As nationalistic fervor rises in China following the purchase by Japan of a chain of contentious islands, the territorial spat threatens to have serious and wider implications for political and economic relations in Asia. The protracted dispute over the Diaoyu islands as they are known in China, or Senkaku in Japan, which have been ongoing since a study in 1971 found the uninhabited islands located in the East China Sea may be rich in minerals,...

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