I haven’t been writing a lot lately because of the Online Journalism class I followed. The six-week online training is a project of the Radio Nederland Training Centre where I also took my Broadcast Journalism training in 2005. This training is quite intensive, we had to put up a blog to publish the assignments. Here’s mine: http://invertedpyramidandbeyond.wordpress.com. For my final project, you may view the video below. RNTC is coming up with very interesting courses on multimedia journalism in the next few months (I wish I was still eligible but I do live in The Netherlands...Read More
Communist Party of the Philippines Founding Chairman Jose Maria Sison assails the Philippine government in pursuing the impeachment trial against Renato Corona, current Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court.
Sison maintained that Philippine President Noynoy Aquino is not after real justice but only wants to protect his family’s interest in the highly-debated Hacienda Luisita.Read More
Filipinos and foreigners alike were treated to the heavenly voices of the Loboc Children’s Choir in The Netherlands for three nights in a row. They performed in Hoofddorp on Wednesday evening, The Hague on Thursday and Venlo on Friday. The 22-song repertoire is part of a series of fund-raising concerts which will culminate in Spain where they are to take part in the Certamen Coral de Tolosa competition from October 29 to November 1.Read More
1999 Eskrima World Champion Leonora Stroeven strives to promote the art of eskrima throughout the world by offering free workshops such as these. She shares the love for the Filipino martial art with husband and Doce Pares Eskrima World Concept Founder Frans Stroeven.Read More
The Azkals win 4-1 against the Bonner team in their second match against German football teams. Bonner SC U19 is the football team of Bonn, Germany where the games were also held. The games are part of their two-week training in Germany in preparation for their match against Sri Lanka on June 29 and July 3. The warm reception of the Filipino community in this part of Europe must have also helped in keeping the spirit of the players in good shape. Not only did the supporters watch the game rain or shine and under cold weather, they also watched the games in uniformed Philippine flag...Read More