Links to Asian American journalists covering #JPQuake. #AAJA

Several Asian American journalists and AAJA members are covering the earthquake in Japan and the aftermath across the Pacific. This list is posted at the Asian American Journalists Association website.

AAJA President Doris Truong has put together a comprehensive Twitter follow list with everyone below.

From Asia:

Associated Press reporter Tomoko Hosaka in Tokyo is reporting via Twitter @TomokoHosaka and is featured in this AP video.  Hosaka contributed to this AP report. Hosaka is an AAJA Advisory Board member. Yuri Kageyama is also reporting for the Associated Press in Tokyo and tweeting @yurikageyama.

Wall Street Journal reporter Daisuke Wakabayashi is tweeting at @daiwaka as he drives to the hardest-hit area in Japan.

Akiko Fujita is reporting from Tokyo for ABC News and tweeting @AkikoFujita. Here is her coverage at ABC.

Steve Herman of Voice of America, an AAJA member, is in Seoul and tweeting @W7VOA.

David Pierson is reporting for the Los Angeles Times from Beijing. He is tweeting @dhpierson and here is a link to the LAT coverage.

Kyung Lah for CNN in Tokyo is tweeting @kyunglahcnn. Sanjay Gupta, chief medical correspondent is also reporting for CNN and tweeting @SanjayGuptaCNN.

Martyn Williams, Tokyo bureau chief of IDG News Service and an AAJA member, is tweeting @martyn_williams.

Doualy Xaykaotao is reporting for NPR in Japan.

David Nakamura is reporting for the Washington Post and tweeting @davidnakamura.

Ann Curry for NBC is tweeting @AnnCurry.

NBC Bay Area News reporter George Kiriyama will be reporting from Tokyo shortly. Follow his tweets @georgekiriyama. Kiriyama is AAJA’s vice president for broadcast. He has returned to the U.S.

KING5 anchor Lori Matsukawa is headed to Japan from Seattle. Follow her tweets @LoriMatsukawa. Andrea Nakano from KING5 is also in Japan tweeting @AndreaNakano5. Both have returned to the U.S.

Houston anchor Adela Uchida at KTRK is reporting from Japan and tweeting @adelauchida. She has returned to the U.S.

From Hawaii:

Jaymes Song, Associated Press editor in Hawaii is reporting on Twitter @JaymesSong. Here is his AP coverage from Hawaii.

Gene Park, a reporter at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, is reporting from Hawaii. Check the Star-Advertiser for his latest coverage and follow him on Twitter @GenePark. Park is chapter president for AAJA Hawaii.

Mike Hale, a reporter for the New York Times, is reporting from Hawaii as well. Here is the New York Times story Hale worked on.