The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is pleased to announce its three Media Fellowship recipients for 2018-19. Each year, the APF Canada Media Fellowship Program, supported in part by Cathay Pacific Airways, offers Canadian journalists the opportunity to spend time in Asia researching and preparing stories for Canadian audiences. The goal of the program is to help Canadian journalists become better informed about this dynamic part of the world in order to write and broadcast insightfully on Asia and the Canada-Asia relationship. Two of this year’s C$10,000 Fellowships are funded in part by Hong Kong’s airline, Cathay Pacific Airways, which will provide flights from Vancouver or Toronto to Hong Kong and beyond to one destination in Asia or Mainland China, plus a two-night stay in Hong Kong for two Fellows. The 2018-19 Media Fellows are: Emma Graney, a reporter with the Edmonton Journal; Althia Raj, HuffPost Canada’s Ottawa bureau chief; and Roberta Staley, a Vancouver-based magazine editor, writer and independent filmmaker. For more details on the APF Canada Media Fellowship Program and how to apply, click here.