China seeks public opinion on top journalism awards entries
The applications of entries for the 30th China Journalism Awards and the 16th Changjiang Taofen Award, the two most prestigious journalism prizes in China, were published online Friday for public comments.
Opinions on the entries can be delivered via telephone, fax, mail or email to the awards office of the All-China Journalists Association until noon Aug. 11.
Any tip-offs concerning regulation violations by the award entries will be dealt with in accordance with regulations, the ACJA said in a statement.
After the selection process, the results will be made public online for public supervision and comments.