• Harry Clarke

    About Harry Clarke

    Harry is an APN journalist for Surat Basin News Publicaitons, currently based at the Chinchilla News, and a Bachelor of Journalism student at the University of Queensland. With an interest current affairs, travel and entertainment journalism, he hopes to be useful as a 'jack of all trades' in a variety of media industries.

    Tourism drives construction and economy

    by  • 05/12/2012 • front page, Harry Clarke, reporters, stories, tv highlights • 0 Comments


    Tourism drives construction and economy from UQ Journalism & Communication on Vimeo. There has been concious and noticable shift in the Vietnamese economy towards promoting the tourism industry. In the increasingly popular tourist destinations of Halong Bay and Ninh Binh, this is manifested in a shrill chatter of hammers and powertools throughout the respective...

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    Media thrives even under close regulation

    by  • 29/11/2012 • front page, Harry Clarke, radio, reporters, stories • 0 Comments

    A VTV camera crew in action on the streets on Hanoi.

    VTV – Live Differently In an impromptu interview with “Vietnam Reporter”, Vietnam Television (VTV) producer Nguyen Quynh Anh explains the challenges faced by broadcasters in this country. With few human resources and studio equipment, program developers must adapt and modify purchased shows to suit VTV’s budget, production capacity and audience. There are also limitations...

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    Vietnamese doctors learn Australian best-practices

    by  • 27/11/2012 • front page, Harry Clarke, radio, reporters, stories • 0 Comments

    Hanoi pediatrician Dr Dang Mai Lien auscultates an infant patient in the respiratory ward of the Vietnam National Hospital of Pediatrics.

    Humanitarian aid organisation Project Vietnam Inc. introduced “Vietnam Reporter” to a young Hanoi doctor working in the overcrowded Vietnam National Hospital of Pediatrics. Dr Dang Mai Lien and her supervisor, Dr Doan Thi Mai Thanh, talk about the challenges faced by Vietnam’s health care system and how new professional communications are aimed to bring...

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