Sunday, 24 Mar 2019
SOCIAL AFFAIR

Foreign reporters rush to cover US – North Korea summit in Hanoi

Updated at Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019, 20:43
The Hanoitimes - The second US - North Korea summit is drawing thousands of reporters from foreign news agencies and local reporters.
In order to have a good working position, foreign reporters have to buy or rent ladders and even have to stay awake all night to make sure they don't lose their fine locations.
 
Jo Seung Eun from Kukmin Daily (Korea). Photo: Ha Phuong
Jo Seung Eun from Kukmin Daily (Korea). Photo: Ha Phuong
Jo Seung Eun from Kukmin Daily (Korea) said on February 27 outside the Melia hotel that his group of reporters had to split to deliver news from several venues, such as Melia Hotel and Metropole Hotel.
“My photographer and I must be on duty at the area around Melia hotel from the evening of February 26, eating and resting on site with the hope to catch the first images of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, right away as he left the hotel,” Seung Eun shared. 

 
Zili Wang from Caixin Media (Beijing, China). Photo: Ha Phuong
Zili Wang from Caixin Media (Beijing, China). Photo: Ha Phuong
Zili Wang from Caixin Media (Beijing, China) shared her experience on “hunting” news on the second US - North Korea summit. Accordingly, she has to wait all day at the venues which are supposed to be the source of information related to the event. This time, she and her colleagues are assigned to stay near the Melia hotel, where North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un is staying.
"Immediately after North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un arrival the Melia hotel on February 26, I was there to shoot the first images of him,” Zili said.
Before that, Zili Wang and her colleagues were waiting at the Government Guesthouse for days to “hunt” for news. Zili Wang said that Caixin Media sent two reporters, one photographer and one staff writer from Bejing to cover the second US - North Korea summit.
“I think Vietnam has good relations with both the US and North Korea, so that Vietnam can provide a good chance for the second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un negotiations,” said Zili Wang.
The second US - North Korea summit is drawing thousands of reporters from foreign news agencies and local media outlets. Vietnam has granted permits to nearly 3,000 foreign journalists this time.
Due to the large number of foreign and local reporters, it's hard to find the good place and suitable location to shoot images in a state of suffocation. To have a good position, reporters rented or bought ladders and even staying awake all night. 

 
Foreign reporters bought ladders to cover the first day of the second US – North Korea summit. Photo: Ha Phuong
Foreign reporters bought ladders to cover the first day of the second US – North Korea summit. Photo: Ha Phuong
The second US - North Korea summit is drawing thousands of reporters from foreign news agencies and local reporters. Photo: Ha Phuong
The second US - North Korea summit is drawing thousands of reporters from foreign news agencies and local reporters. Photo: Ha Phuong
In order to have a good working position, foreign reporters have to buy or rent ladders and even have to stay awake all night to make sure they don't lose their fine position. Photo: Ha Phuong
In order to have a good working position, foreign reporters have to buy or rent ladders and even have to stay awake all night to make sure they don't lose their fine position. Photo: Ha Phuong
Vietnam has granted cards to nearly 3,000 foreign journalists this time. Photo: Ha Phuong
Vietnam has granted permits to nearly 3,000 foreign journalists for this event. Photo: Ha Phuong
To have a good position, reporters rented or bought ladders and even staying awake all night. Photo: Ha Phuong
In pisition. Photo: Ha Phuong
Ha Phuong
Others:
Formula one racing offers opportunity to promote Hanoi's image to the world
Thi?t k? web: OnIP™
hoàn trả keno sitemap SlotVonline online slots link vao sbobet Slotonline 1XBETsports gclubcasino scr888 online casino