Radio Free Asia (RFA) last night won a bronze medal at the New York Festivals’ 2015 International Radio Program Awards for its Cantonese Service’s investigative series on China’s nuclear energy risks.
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“Billionaire Flees China’s Modern Day Red Terror” consists of an on-camera interview with former Chinese real-estate mogul Li Jun who fled China in 2010.
Radio Free Asia won a prestigious Gracie Award for its Cantonese language entry “Kidnapped Woman Reunites with Family” in the international contest’s category of outstanding investigative program or feature.
Radio Free Asia’s documentary film, “An Invisible World: The Lives of Slaves in Modern Asia,” was “highly commended” as a finalist at the Association of International Broadcasters’ 2012 Media Excellence Awards in the category of best investigative television documentary.
Radio Free Asia’s multimedia investigative series exposing the extreme pollution of China’s Dong River was named as a first-place winner by the Society of Environmental Journalists for its 2011-2012 Awards for Reporting on the Environment.
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