Who decides which news and what images make it into our media, and how are these decisions made? Does this selection process actually reflect an interest in Southeast Asia, or does it satisfy certain needs that, in the end, lie in the nature of our own society?
Academics, editors and journalists from Europe and Asia discuss the depiction of Southeast Asia in Western media.
Participants: Carolin Emcke, Journalistin, Der Spiegel Hendra Pasuhuk, Korrespondent für Deutsche Welle
Dr. Wolfgang Herles, aspekte, ZDF
Moderation: Michael Crone; Hessischer Rundfunk, Leitung Abteilung Dokumentation und Archive
Within the framework of the Asia-Pacific Weeks, which are supported by the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin (DKLB).