Documentary:Journalist in combat-visit to Coastal defense museum
War correspondents are constantly in immense danger as they report on and capture images of what is happening on the frontlines. To avoid intelligence leaks, their work is usually tightly controlled by the military and sometimes censored. This exhibition reviews the emergence of war correspondents and the role they have played in wars and conflicts, while also featuring stories of local journalists who have covered hostilities in various regions. Mention is made of several major wars in the 19th and 20th centuries.
1:30pm: meet at the Protected content
1:50-2:20 pm: see the permanent and special exhibition.
2:30-4:00 pm: documentary film 'Under fire: jounralist in combat'.
4-6:00 pm: continue to see the exhibitions and visit the historical trail.
Members who have never visit the Coastal Defense Museum are recommended to visit the historial trail which has military remains and nice sea view. The above is the suggested run down and you have the freedom to see whatever you want. However, the special exhibition is here until end of January Protected content .
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