JAK

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AcronymDefinition
JAKJanus Kinase (aka Just Another Kinase)
JAKJakovlev (Soviet aircraft designer)
JAKJayne Ann Krentz (author; aka Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle)
JAKJust Another Kinase (aka Janus Kinase)
JAKJournalists Association of Korea (South Korea)
JAKJapanese Association at Kearney (University of Nebraska, Kearney)
JAKJazakom Allaho Khairan (Arabic: May Allah Reward You; Thank You)
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We were a group of journalists, on a visit to South Korea upon the invitation of the Journalists Association of Korea to attend its annual conference held this year under the theme of "Media Role in Combating Terrorism and Promoting Global Peace and Security.
The forum, which ends on Saturday, is being hosted by the Journalists Association of Korea.
Journalists Association of Korea (JAK) President Park Chong-ryul.
Organized by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK), the theme of the conference is "peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula and global journalism" with focus on public diplomacy in the global age and objective reporting.
The World Journalist Conference is an annual event organised by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK) and invites journalists from across the world to promote South Korea as a tourism and business destination.
The resolution, proposed by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK), was, "not about journalism, but about politics," said Dan Kubiske, co-chairman of SPJ's International Journalism Committee, after reading the first draft.
Amman, April 13 (Petra) -- Jordan participated in the World Journalists Conference (WJC) held in Seoul, South Korea from 2-8 April 2017, upon the invitation of the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK).
Seok-jae Kang, chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Journalists Association of Korea, said peace and development represent an Asian view of the journalist's role.
Last year, Marquand traveled with an SPJ delegation to South Korea for an exchange with the Journalists Association of Korea.
The trip was the latest step in a developing international exchange between SPJ and the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK).
As I write this, I have just finished firming up plans to meet with a delegation of visitors from the Journalists Association of Korea.