What would you do if a group of policemen showed up at your doorstep and asked you to pee into a plastic cup for an on-the-spot drug test that could reveal whether or not you had taken shabu or marijuana in the last seven days? READ FULL ARTICLE HERE This article was
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The Asian Center for Journalism cordially invites everyone to a mini-forum titled “Photography in Southeast Asia” to be held on Friday, July 21, 2017 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m at CTC 318, Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Heights Quezon City The forum features Singaporean writer-artist Zhuang Wubin whose fourth book is also titled “Photography in Southeast Asia: A
Memories of Marawi Three years ago, the Asian Center for Journalism traveled to Northern Mindanao as part of Panglantaw Mindanao (Mindanao perspective), a project aimed at producing multimedia stories on Mindanao issues. Armed with cameras, voice recorders and laptops, the team planned to reach as far as Marawi, the only city in the
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The Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University presents Are you a trainor or a teacher in high school or college journalism or photojournalism? Or do you simply want to learn more about this field from the veterans? Then here’s the course for you. “Photojournalism for Educators” is a
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Ateneo M.A. Journalism graduates Camille Elemia (fourth from left) and Walter Balane (first on right) recently took part in the Reporting ASEAN Fellowships and were in Bangkok for the Reporting ASEAN Media Forum held Feb. 17-19, 2017. Elemia, who writes for Rappler, produced a three-part in-depth report on Filipino migrants in Malaysia as part of
BOXING TO LIVE Jinggo Montenejo CAGAYAN DE ORO—In the hills of this city in the Philippines’ northern Mindanao region, an amateur boxing program provides boys and girls as young as 11 a unique opportunity to serve flag and country, and at the same time take a shot at a better life. In
Travelling the road to adoption Che de los Reyes, ABS-CBN News The little girl is singing her heart out. She is holding a stick, her pretend microphone. The lyrics to her song are barely intelligible, but her captive audience—her mother and father—don’t even notice. She is Lucy, the light of Rina and Alvi
Investigative journalism- Tricks of the trade by Aya Lowe “Think about it this way, if you don’t know how your money is being spent, if you don’t know how decisions are being made and if you don’t know who is influencing what. Then, how do you know what you really support or oppose,