Greetings from Prita Kemal Gani, MBA, MCIPR, APR

Screen-Shot-2014-10-22-at-5.07.26-PMThe implementation of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015 is already insight. Echo sounding of the markets in recent years has made business people think and work hard in dealing with this, so as not to lose out to the competition. In AEC 2015, there are nine pillars which exist in the mutual recognition agreement (MRA) and so far the PR profession has not yet been included. However, this does not mean the PR world is sleeping.
  1. About APRN

    Facing the challenges ahead of the ASEAN Community 2015, Mrs. Prita Kemal Gani, MBA, MCIPR, APR, Founder & Director of LSPR-Jakarta who is also the chairperson of Perhumas (Public Relations Association of Indonesia), has taken the initiative to make LSPR – Jakarta as the centre for ASEAN Public Relations

  2. Vision, Mission and Value

    To be the highest holder of PR professional standards in ASEAN or its PR central.

  3. Activities

    To set guidelines for standard competency and knowledge on Public Relations To create a universal code of conduct in PR practice To standardize the practice as a pool of talents

Constitutions & By Laws


05Oct 2016

A new book by Kara Alaimo, Ph.D., explains how to adapt communication strategies for different cultures around the world. Pitch, Tweet, or Engage on the Street: How to Practice Global Public Relations and Strategic Communication, which was published today by Routledge, breaks the world into ten different cultural groups and explains best public relations practices within each of them. The book is based upon Dr. Alaimo’s interviews with senior public relations professionals in over 30 countries, as well as her own experience as a global public relations practitioner in the United Nations and in the Obama administration. Continue reading

05Oct 2016

This year is a historic year for cooperation on ASEAN-China partnership as it enters the age of 25 years. China has played an important role and contribute positively in favor of the establishment of ASEAN Community.
History of the Republic of China on becoming ASEAN Dialogue Partners
The relationship between ASEAN and Republic of China has started informally in 1991. The Republic of China was then inaugurated as a full dialogue partner of ASEAN at the 29th ASEAN Ministerial in Jakarta in 1996. Priority areas of cooperation between ASEAN and China include agriculture, energy, information and communications technology, human resources, mutual investment, transport, culture, education, tourism and public health.
On 18 November 2011, coincided with the Summit (Summit) 14th ASEAN-Republic of China, the ASEAN-China Centre was established as a center to promote cooperation in trading, investment, education and cultural exchanges between ASEAN and China. Continue reading