Archive for the ‘Communication’ Category

Explaining Duterte

The president of the Philippines is the country’s chief executive, head of state and commander-in-chief of the armed forces. His powers are awesome, so his words carry the weight of his powerful position. In his one year in office, President Duterte has shocked, stunned, and bewildered not only Filipinos but also the international community with […]

July 22, 2017  Tags:   Posted in: Communication  2 Comments

St Scholastica’s Hildegarde awards

I learned something new last Saturday when I went to St. Scholastica’s College to receive the award together with my colleague, Luz Rimban, for VERA Files. St. Scholastica cited VERA Files’s stories about victims of Yolanda typhoon being vulnerable to human traffickers. We thank St Scho for recognizing our contribution to the fight against human […]

March 10, 2014   Posted in: Communication, Malaya, Media  2 Comments

Reconstructing blog again

This blog is being reconstructed as it was accidentally deleted Tuesday morning. In the old posts, the pictures and video were lost. I’ll try to put it back little by little. Thank you very much for your patience.

March 27, 2013   Posted in: Communication, Vera Files  8 Comments

Mar to DOTC diffuses battle for proximity in Malacañang

Related article: Drilon congratulates “Samar group” with Roxas appointment as DOTC secretary (Article in comments) Mar Roxas is now the new secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications replacing Jose “Ping” de Jesus, whose resignation is a subject of numerous speculations. The Manila Times’ Dante Ang, in an information-filled article complete with findings of […]

June 7, 2011  Tags: ,   Posted in: Benigno Aquino III, Communication, Governance, Graft and corruption  36 Comments