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Donald Kirk, American journalist. Recipient Page One award Chicago Newspaper Guild, 1960; citations Overseas Press Club, 1967, 72, 73, Best Asia article award 1974; George Polk Memorial award for foreign reporting, 1975, Fulbright scholar, New Delhi, India, 1962-1963; Edward R. Murrow fellow Council Foreign Relations, New York City, 1974-1975. Member American Society Journalists and Authors, Society Professional Journalists.
Reporter Chicago Sun-Times, 1960—1961, New York Post, 1961—1964. Free lance correspondent, writer, since 1965. Asia correspondent Washington Star, 1967—1970.
Far East correspondent Chicago Tribune, 1971—1974, New York and United Nations correspondent, 1975—1976. World editor, special correspondent United States of America Today, 1982—1990. Seoul correspondent International Herald Tribune, 1998—2003.
Korea correspondent Christian Science Monitor, since 2004. Visiting fellow Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1986-1988. Fulbright researcher, Philippines, 1995-1996.
- Korea Betrayed: Kim Dae Jung and Sunshine
- For the first time, using original sources and his own reporting going back to 1972 when he met Kim Dae Jung at his home in Seoul, Donald Kirk explores the great untold story of modern Korean history.
- Korean Dynasty: Hyundai and Chung Ju Yung
- This study focuses on a single Korean "chaebol", the business conglomerate which dominates the Korean economy.
- Tell it to the Dead: Memories of a War (East Gate Books)
- This work reports on the Vietnam war as seen by the GI in the jungles.
Born May 7, 1938
1960 - 1961
1961 - 1964
1967 - 1970
1971 - 1974
1975 - 1976
1982 - 1990
1998 - 2003
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