More than 10 journalists injured during opposition protests against Chinese visit

first_img Taiwan: the non-renewal of CTi news channel’s licence does not go against press freedom November 8, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 More than 10 journalists injured during opposition protests against Chinese visit TaiwanAsia – Pacific RSF to Taiwanese President: “Taiwan urgently needs media reform to tackle disinformation” At least 10 journalists were injured during protests on 6 November by supporters of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) against the meeting in Taipei between President Ma Ying-jeou and Chen Yunlin, the president of the Chinese government-backed Association for Relations in the Taiwan Straits, which led to clashes between DPP supporters and police. Reporters Without Borders deplores the violence against journalists in Taipei in the course of protests against a visit by a Chinese government representative during the past few days. It also regrets that the police arrested a journalist who was just filming the protests. Nearly half of UN member countries have obstructed coronavirus coverage RSF_en Organisation News Documentary filmmaker Chen Yu-ching was detained and roughed up by police on 4 November while she was outside the hotel where the Chinese government representative was staying. The police held her for an hour after she refused to show her press accreditation. A Central News Agency cameraman was manhandled by security guards on 2 November while covering a ceremony in honour of Chen Yunlin in Taipei. Some Taiwanese media complained that they were excluded from meetings between Chen and the president, while mainland Chinese journalists had much better access. to go further Follow the news on Taiwan Those injured included a woman journalist who was hit by an object thrown by a demonstrator, ETTV cameraman Yang Sun-ren, who was hit by a stone, and an FTV journalist who was injured by a policeman. May 18, 2020 Find out more TaiwanAsia – Pacific Chai Lu, a presenter for the Chinese state television station CCTV, was attacked by government opponents on the evening of 5 November outside a hotel, receiving protection from police who arrived 10 minutes later. A reporter for Hong Kong-based Phoenix TV was manhandled later the same evening in the same place by Taiwanese independence supporters. Help by sharing this information “Opposition activists have the right to demonstrate, but it is regrettable that they did so with such violence and with no thought for the safety of journalists,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Relations between China and Taiwan are very controversial, but the media have a right to talk about them without being the target of violence or pressure.” November 20, 2020 Find out more News June 29, 2020 Find out more News Receive email alerts Newslast_img read more

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ECISD to celebrate outstanding teachers

first_img Previous articleExchange student gets Texas souvenirNext articleSOCCER: Falcons trio pitching in for Sockers FC Odessa American Facebook By Odessa American – May 21, 2021 Pinterest WhatsApp ECISD to celebrate outstanding teachers Ector County ISD leaders will honor their 2020-21 Outstanding Teachers Monday with dinner and a movie at the Big Sky Drive-in Theatre, 6200 W. Highway 80 in Midland.The movie features a scene with each of the 43 campus award winners. This year’s event will include a meal for award winners and a guest, music, a photo booth and the feature presentation — a recognition of the teachers.The evening starts at 7:30 p.m. with the reel rolling at approximately 9:10 p.m.Each spring, ECISD schools nominate teachers on their own campus. Those nominees are narrowed down then sent to a district committee of teachers that ultimately chooses the honoree for each campus.This year’s 43 ECISD Outstanding Teachers are:Alternative Center–Reynaldo Duran-math.Permian High–Teri Richardson–Algebra I, Math Department Chair.Odessa HS–Brandi Fischer–English II Multi Classroom Leader (MCL).Odessa Collegiate Academy–Joshua Payan–Algebra 2, Geometry, College Prep Math.OCTECHS–Emilee Trammell–Algebra II, Algebraic Reasoning.George H.W. Bush New Tech Odessa–Cheraldin Celis–AP (Advanced Placement) English Language & Composition, French I and II.Career & Technical Education–Cheryl Cunningham–Family Consumer Science, Education & Training Dual Credit.Wilson & Young MS–Charlotte Hampton–eighth grade AVID.Nimitz MS–Hugo Stierholz–eighth grade Math, Honors Algebra I.Ector College Prep–Anneliese Espinoza–eighth grade ELAR (English, language arts).Crockett MS–Rebecca Norris–7th grade ELAR.Bowie MS–Jimena Wolfle–Choir.Bonham MS–Ronnie Neal–Social Studies Department Chair.Zavala Elementary–Nancy Valeriano–Kindergarten Bilingual.West Elementary–Tiffany Rodriguez-Kindergarten.Travis Elementary–Sarah Hawkins–third-fifth grade Science.San Jacinto Elementary–Andrea Gomez–fourth grade Math.Sam Houston Elementary–Erica Rodriguez–first grade.Ross Elementary–Kelsa Bertrand–second grade.Reagan Elementary–Amy Barnes–fifth grade ELAR.Pease Elementary–Rocio Castillo–second grade.Noel Elementary–Nelda McGuire–fifth grade bilingual.Milam Elementary–Casandra Contreras–kindergarten.Lamar Early Education Center–Lina Hernandez–pre-k.Jordan Elementary–Byron Baulch–fifth grade Social Studies & Math Enrichment.Johnson Elementary–Naomi Herrera–first grade.Ireland Elementary–Kara Whitten–kindergarten.Hays Elementary–Erika Pocaterra–fifth grade bilingual.Gonzales Elementary–Amy Ortiz–third grade math, science, social studies.Goliad Elementary–Jeanette Ortiz–Physical Education.Fly Elementary–Mandy Clark–fourth grade math.EK Downing Elementary–Rocky Phillips–kindergarten.Dowling Elementary–Candace Ontiveros–kindergarten.Cavazos Elementary–Windy Quilodran–kindergarten.Carver EEC–Karla Gray-Ramirez–Pre-K Dual Language.Cameron Elementary –Diana Tavarez–third grade.Burnet Elementary–Dana Gerber–third grade.Burleson Elementary–Monica Lopez–first grade.Buice Elementary–Mary Linda Carrasco–fifth grade.Blanton Elementary–Jasmine Bryant–fourth grade.Blackshear Elementary–Samantha Hutson–third grade.Austin Elementary–Courtney Hawley–prekindergarten, kindergarten.Alamo Elementary –Jennifer Natividad–pre-k. Pinterestcenter_img Twitter Twitter Facebook WhatsApp TAGSEctor County ISDOutstanding Teachers EducationECISDlast_img read more

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