Stories about Philippines from June, 2010
Philippines: Dancing Prisoners’ Tribute to Michael Jackson
And they've done it again. Convicted criminals from Cebu Province in the Philippines danced to the tunes of the late Michael Jackson in a tribute performance marking the first death anniversary of the famous music icon.
Philippines: Cebu Blog Camp
Tonyo Cruz uploads his lecture on citizen journalism during the 2010 Cebu Blog Camp. Cebu is a major province in the central part of the Philippines.
Illegal bird trades in Indonesia and the Philippines
EngageMedia uploads an investigative video report on the illegal bird trades in Indonesia and the Philippines
Philippines: Report on 2010 elections
The People's International Observers Mission 2010 published its findings and observations on the recently concluded presidential elections in the Philippines
Philippines: Best and worst library schools
Here is a list of the best and worst library schools in the Philippines, based on the blog post of blogger Filipino librarian
Philippines: Congress Fails to Pass Freedom of Information Bill
The Philippine Congress last session was marked by its failure to pass the Freedom of Information Bill, a landmark measure that will enforce a policy of disclosure to government transactions. Bloggers react
Philippines: University geniuses
The Diliman Genius gathers stories on the talented minds from the science and technology-related departments in the Diliman campus of the premier state university in the Philippines.
Philippines: The Life of a Labor Leader
Tonyo Cruz reviews Ka Bel: The Life and Struggle of Crispin Beltran, a new 156-page biography of the prominent Filipino labor leader by Ina Alleco R. Silverio.
Philippines: Election fraud monitoring site
Bantay Garci 2010 is an “online central clearinghouse where the Filipino people can report anomalies in the recently concluded 2010 automated elections.”