A publisher and patriot who founded a magazine that enlightened a new generation of Koreans in building a freer post-Japanese occupation society in harmony with their national traditions
Journalism and Literature Awardees
Recognized for effective writing, publishing, or photography or the use of radio, television, cinema, or the performing arts as a power for the public good.
An Indian reporter who saw the modern Indian intellectual as the heir to an ethical system and a philosophical culture, and who is judged by his honesty, self-sacrifice and the urge he shows to public service
An American publisher who, through the Philippines Free Press, paved the way for press freedom in the country
A Burmese journalist who founded a newspaper that pointed out the government’s inconsistencies and arbitrary actions through sober editorials
Editor-in-Chief and part owner of Indonesia Raya who fought against government corruption, the violation of civil liberties by the military and against the inroads of totalitarianism in his country
A Chinese publisher and editor whose passion for research was the foundation for all reporting had become a distinguishing mark of journalism.
A writer who used the power of the pen in order to uphold the public interest in Sri Lanka (then Ceylon) during the country’s transition from the British colonial rule to independence.
Demonstrated that journalism can play a constructive role in fostering healthy growth. Both respected for their professional and personal integrity, these two editors are making economic news significant and readable