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ACFJ is sharing this story by Pau Villanueva, DVJ ’18, about her encounter with the Manobos from Bukidnon province in MIndanao. Pau’s story was published by CNN Philippines. Read full story here: *Feature Photo by Pau Villanueva, DVJ ’18 for CNN…(Read More)

Yen B. Delgado 11/17/ 2016   Carmel Mathilda Blanco Ladeza, M.D. normally wears pants to work but not today. She wants to please her five-year old daughter Juliana by wearing a dress. She bids Juliana and her two other children, 12-year-old Carlo and 3-year-old Alberto, goodbye for the day…(Read More)

The Asian Center for Journalism congratulates Bangladeshi photojournalist Mohammad Ponir Hossain (DVJ, 2016) who was part of the Reuters team that won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for its coverage of Rohingya refugees. The Pulitzer honored the Reuters team for what it called “shocking photographs that exposed the world to the violence Rohingya…(Read More)

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Text and photos by Athena Imperial   GMA News reporter Athena Imperial submitted this piece as part of the requirements of the Advanced Reporting and Writing class under Prof. Kim Kierans in 2016. Athena graduated with an M.A in Journalism in May 2017.   Fr Kiko passed away on May 26, 2017. The Catholic Bishops’…(Read More)

The mini-documentary, “Who’s behind Trump’s effigy in the ASEAN Summit in Manila?” by Ateneo de Manila University M.A. Journalism student Che de los Reyes was named honorable mention for best documentary in the first ASEANnale Film and Multimedia Competition. The winners were announced on March 2, 2018 at the University of…(Read More)

The country’s comfort women will take center stage in an exhibit by photojournalist Richard Jacob Dy to be held at the HUB, First United Building in Escolta, Manila from Feb. 24 to March 3.   “Comfort women” was the name given to hundreds of women forcibly taken from their homes and villages and made…(Read More)

Have you ever wondered how effigies are made, and by whom? These giant colorful caricatures of people in power are staples of protest rallies, but take time and talent to shape. M.A. Journalism student Che delos Reyes produced a short video that follows a group of people who created the effigy of U.S…(Read More)

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