◐ 취재보도활동에 협조를 부탁드립니다. 

[아코피아신문]은 한국과 일본, 아시아에서 '다문화좋은세상'이 실현되기를 바랍니다. 아코피아신문의 취재대상은 다문화사회, 외국인문정책, 이민정책, 재류자격문제, 아시아청년화가지원, 한류대중문화예술, 한일이민포럼 등입니다. 

우리 마음속에서 자라고 있는 외국인에 대한 배외의식(Xenophobia)과 차별의식이 호기심과 상호배려로 조금씩 바뀌기를 기대합니다. 아코피아신문 기자들의 취재보도 활동을 도와주시면 고맙겠습니다. 


ACOPIA NEWS

■ ACOPIA NEWS (서울 아53974)

Acopia News centered on the activities of the Asian Hope Camp Organization, a non-profit organization.
ACOPIA is an acronym for Asia Hope Camp Organization dreams of Utopia

※ There are three topics that Acopia News focuses on : 
Our reporters personally visit and do the interviews, create articles, and produce videos.

1. Popular culture and arts
: Centers on stage performance planning, KPOP entertainment companies, Comic, AI composition.  

2. Young artists in Asia
: Introduce young artists and their artwork, helps as a platform for collaborations, distribution of sales, AI art.

3. Multicultural society
: Korea-Japan political matters, Japan issues, immigration policies, and an introduction to multicultural societies.

 NEWS articles

  KPOP

   ◇ Gallery 

   ◇ Xenophobia

   ◇ Korea-Japan

   ◇ Awesome Korea

   ◇ K-Drama

   Korean Beauty


■아코피아신문사 ACOPIA NEWS (서울 아53974)

아코피아신문사는 비영리민간단체 아시아희망캠프기구의 활동에 기반을 두고 있습니다. ACOPIAAsia Hope Camp Organization이 꿈꾸는 세상 Utopia 이라는 뜻입니다. 

 

※ 아코피아신문사가 취재하고 제작하는 대상은 3가지입니다. 아코피아 소속의 기자들이 직접 방문하여 취재하여 기사작성을 하고 동시에 영상으로 제작합니다. 

1. 대중문화예술업 : 무대공연기획, KPOP기획사, 만화, AI작곡.  

2. 아시아청년화가 : 청년작가와 작품의 소개와 협업을 위한 플랫폼, 유통판매, AI아트.

3. 다문화좋은세상 : 한일교류, 일본문제, 이민정책, 다문화사회. 

※ 신문기사

  KPOP

   ◇ Gallery 

   ◇ Multicultural

   ◇ Korea-Japan

   ◇ Immigration Policy

   ◇ Awesome Korea

   ◇ K-Drama


■アコピア新聞社 ACOPIA NEWS
: 登録番号 SEOUL 아53974

アコピア新聞社は、 非営利団体であるアジア希望キャンプ機構の活動に基盤を置いています
ACOPIA は Asia Hope Camp Organizationが 夢見る世界 Utopiaという意味を持っています。

※ アコピア新聞社が取材し制作する対象は3つあります。
アコピア所属の記者達が直接、訪問、取材をし記事作成を行い同時に動画での制作も行っています。 

1. 大衆文化芸術業 : 舞台公演企画, KPOP企画会社, 漫画, AI作曲.  

2. アジア青年作家 : 青年作家と作品の紹介と協業の為のプラットフォーム,流通販売, AIアート.

3. 多文化良い世界 : 日韓交流, 日本問題, 移民政策, 多文化社会.

※ 新聞記事

  ◇ KPOP

   ◇ Gallery 

   ◇ Multicultural

   ◇ Korea-Japan

   ◇ Immigration Policy

   ◇ Awesome Korea

   ◇ K-Drama 


■ Reporters

Ayaka Hoshi / Japan


I’m Ayaka Hoshi, from Japan. My major is Public Policy(PPL), and I’m studying in Korea as an exchange student. 

I love to relax at a cafe, so now I enjoy doing that in Korea as there are many lovely cafes here. 

Having a great deal of empathy for the mission of Acopia made me concerned for applying for Acopia. Then I’m happy with the decision, which unexpectedly brought me an opportunity to work in a reporter.


 Sabrina Gradolf / Switzerland


My name is Sabrina Gradolf, my call name is Rin and I’m Swiss. My father is from Norway and my mother is half Swiss and half Hungarian. I grew up bilingual (German/Norwegian) in Sils im Domleschg, a small village in the canton of Grisons. There I lived together with my parents and my younger brother. 

I’m a rather sporty person. I run my 6 miles every weekend, enjoy swimming, cycling, going to the gym or playing volleyball with my friends. On rainy days I like to read a good book or lose myself in the world of languages.


Zuzia Sowińska / Poland


  Hi, my name is Zuzia Sowińska and I am an Acopia's intern. In July I turned 19 and I am from Poland, I have a twin sister who also travels with me to Korea to study at the university. 
I want to see how I am doing in a completely different and new environment for me. I will be working with people from all over the world which is fascinating. 

Nadia Daniela Soto Ramirez / Mexico


It’s been years since I have been into Korean Culture, and to be honest I don’t think I would ever get tired of learning and experiencing it.
It’s been years since I have been into Korean Culture, and to be honest I don’t think I would ever get tired of learning and experiencing it.

Elizabeth Makinde / UK


I'm Elizabeth Makinde and I'm a third year studying International media and communications in the UK. 
I've been fascinated with all cultures and Korea was the top of my list to go live long term. As I'd been there before Acopia and knew a few people there already, I thought it'd be a great transition into working.

Laura Vega / Colombia


My name is Laura Vega and I am from Colombia. I love new cultures and thanks to that I currently speak Spanish, English, Italian and I am coursing my intermediate-advance level in Korean.
I must say that I have always been a passionate lover of the Korean culture, not only because of their music and cultural contents but I find this country a HUB of creative thinkers and innovators and Korea has influence a great part of my educational and profesional choices. It’s a country that I admire in many personal and technical ways.

ThaoMy / USA


Hello! My name is Thao My Vo, and I am a Vietnamese-American residing in South Korea. Learning is my passion. From art to dance to languages, I am driven by creation.

It is my goal to make thoughtful think-pieces and share insight into various topics, so please enjoy my articles.. 


Kira Hermansen / Denmark


Hi, I’m Kira from Denmark. 

I’m 22 years old and graduated from my major in Hospitality, Service and Tourism Management in summer 2021. I came to Korea because I wanted to learn more about Korean culture and try to experience working in another country.


Laerke Andersen / Denmark


Hello I’m Laerke Andersen from Denmark.

I just graduated from my Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management major.

 

I’ve always wanted to experience working in another country.