Category Archive for: Journalism

Whale Sharks and Eco Tourism in the Philippines

When I was growing up I was adamant I wanted to be a Marine Biologist, I had posters on my walls of dolphins and other cetaceans. The sea and the ocean were a big part of my childhood growing up near the coast and rummaging around rock pools, catching crabs with my two brothers was…

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Jose “Butch” Dalisay interview for the BBC

EDSA for me is stress, traffic jams and unfortunately a necessary evil when moving around Manila. EDSA or Epifanio De le Santos Avenue is the main north south artery running through metro Manila. It’s almost impossible to avoid when driving and is the epicentre of the frustration that many Manileños feel about the horrific traffic…

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ABS CBN X Deal

UPDATE Oct 20 16:12  So it seems like word has gotten back to one of the producers of the show and they are not happy with my blog post. They feel I’m being unfair and would like any mention of the show removed (I’m sorry but that isn’t going to happen perhaps I should mention…

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Protected: UNICEF shoot with Nicole Scherzinger

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Scary Science

 Peter I used to be a scientist back in the day getting a Masters Degree in Pharmacology and was very close to studying for a PhD at the University Of Bath. I think science is vital in developing new technologies and tools to progress society. I also believe that science is also manipulated and not…

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Exposure meets NoyNoy

If someone had told us that we’d be visiting the President of the Philippines and recording a video interview for the Economist 6 months ago we would have laughed in their face. It just goes to show what’s possible and with a little luck (thanks DJ Clark) and hard work anything can happen. It was…

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