Suzhou: A fascinating city in China and also my wonderful hometown
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by Xinyi Kang
11M ago
Would you like to share your favorite travel destination? For me, the most unforgettable place I have ever been to is the Potala Palace in Tibet, China. Its grandeur and solemnity left me in awe.   But as an international student studying in the UK, I always miss my hometown, Suzhou, and would like to invite you to visit it in the future. In this blog, I will recommend some of the best places to visit.   Video from Youtober @andyto:     Suzhou is situated in the middle of the Yangtze River Delta and the southeast of Jiangsu Province. It shares borders with Zhejiang to the ..read more
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Top 10 Places To Visit This Summer
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by Brendan Papp
11M ago
Top 10 Cities in Europe to Visit this Summer By Brendan Papp Sports Writer    Since I graduated from an American high school back in 2021 and started uni a year later, I had an entire year to do whatever I wanted. So, I saved up and spent three months going around Europe by myself. I spent it exploring and making friends in pretty much every city I went to. I visited over 60 cities in 14 different countries and travelled over 9000 kilometres, and because of that, I would love to call myself now somewhat a master at travelling Europe. For everyone planning a summer holiday, I’ve rank ..read more
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Tortoise Media: Opportunities and free membership for a year
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by Angela Harrison
1y ago
Hello everyone, We received news about this offer from Tortoise Media to all CfJ students - do take a look.   We at Tortoise do ‘slow news’ – rather than chasing every headline, we take the time to follow the whole story and examine the forces that drive it.  In addition to our regular newsletters, we also host live events called ThinkIns and produce audio stories and podcasts.   Part of our mission is to reach and represent diverse voices, especially from those often forgotten or underrepresented by traditional media. To this end, we offer a number of comp ..read more
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Work Experience at The Express
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by Angela Harrison
1y ago
Hello everyone, Vickiie Oliphant, head of SEO, training and engagement at The Express, who came along to our Careers event in June, has been in touch about work experience and invites you to apply. This is what she wrote:  If anyone wants to apply, they can email Clare.Lingfield@reachplc.com and cc me in, sending over their CV and why they want to do work experience with us.    It's a whole week, in our Canary Wharf offices, and they spend time with each department so they get a real sense of the different aspects of journalism.   Vickiie's email address is ..read more
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Job opportunity
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by Angela Harrison
1y ago
Hi,  A Margate-based firm (with a London office) got in touch with this opportunity: I am in desperate need of a Junior Reporter and was hoping you could forward to any journalism/English graduates who might be interested, below is the job spec.    Here is the link to the live advert: https://apply.workable.com/j/C981EB5C48   Interested candidates can apply to the following email: C981EB5C48@jobs.workablemail.com   Or get in touch with me by phone 07984 000954     Junior Reporter      &nbs ..read more
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Are you a budding arts specialist? Good opportunity
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by Angela Harrison
1y ago
Hi everyone, I got this email from the English National Opera, which offers an interesting opportunity. Take a look, especially if you are interested in building up an Arts/Entertainment specialism.  Angela Here at the English National Opera, we run a unique writing scheme called ENO Response where we recruit members of the general public who are aspiring writers, journalists and opera critics.    ENO Response is run across our 2022/23 opera season at the London Coliseum (September 2022-April 2023), and it offers budding writers the opportunity to attend opening night performan ..read more
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Job opportunity at Storyful
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by Angela Harrison
1y ago
Hi, This looks like a good opportunity at Storyful.  CfJ grad Laerke Christensen (@lrkchr), who was at our recent Careers Day, works here. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3178158598/?lgTemp=jobs_jymbii_digest&eBP=NotAvailableFromMidTier&lgCta=eml-jymbii-organic-job-card&recommendedFlavor=IN_NETWORK&refId=%2BI5GPzlSfD6sK0MLtepBZw%3D%3D&trackingId=%2BI5GPzlSfD6sK0MLtepBZw%3D%3D&midToken=AQGBfiBGWTtDqA&midSig=26xIXmcQK_NGk1&trk=eml-jobs_jymbii_digest-jymbii-33-job_card_mercado&trkEmail=eml-jobs_jymbii_digest-jymbii-33-job_card_mercado-null-5ru24b%7El5w ..read more
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FROM THE LIBRARY TO THE RING:BOXING'S RISING STAR ADAM CHERID
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by Francis Anaman
1y ago
https://anamanfrancis2.wixsite.com/website/post/from-the-library-to-the ..read more
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Hair is beauty
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by Nafisat Raji
1y ago
Hair is beauty Two-Women-with-Different-Hair-Types-e1615471480329-1.jpg   A lot of black women's identity is surrounded by their hair. If you want to go natural then your curls must be “popping”. If you want to wear a wig, then we shouldn’t see the lace. In the hair department, we must be perfect. Allow no room for nappy hair and falling braids. No afro in professional settings and make sure that we can prove to the world that we can grow long hair. My natural hair journey For many of us, the pungent smell of a chemical relaxer will never be foreign, followed by the excitement of ..read more
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Alpaca walking: a unique way to get back to nature or a new well-being fad?
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by Emily Harding
1y ago
Last Saturday, I found myself in a precarious position: the strong-willed alpaca I had on a leash was dragging me across the Kentish landscape of Yalding. No, this wasn’t a fever dream. Alpaca walking is the latest creative offering from the forever-innovative well-being industry. This isn’t the first well-being activity to cater for stressed-out animal enthusiasts  (puppy and bunny yoga sessions are indeed real). I was curious to find out if alpaca walking would help to rejuvenate me after a stressful week or was it merely the latest well-being fad?   The session began with our gro ..read more
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