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Mong Palatino · January, 2012

Activist and former two-term member of the Philippine House of Representatives. Blogging since 2004 at mongster's nest. Joined Global Voices in 2006.

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Latest posts by Mong Palatino from January, 2012

Indonesia: Promoting E-Commerce Among Small Businesses

Singapore: Greening Initiative

Singapore: ‘Ineffective’ Government Online Search

Cambodia: Photos of Urban Poor Village Demolition

Philippines: Blogger House Project

Fourth Friendship Lao-Thai Bridge

East Timor: Monitoring the 2012 Elections

Brunei: Support Group for Individuals with Autism

Cambodia: Video of Military Assault Against Land Protesters

Myanmar: Interview with Former Prime Minister

Indonesia’s Teenage Thief and ‘Sandal Scandal’

Thousands of Indonesian citizens deposited old sandals in front of police stations across the country to protest the beating of a 15-year old boy accused of stealing a pair of...

Myanmar's Nuclear Program

Review of Indonesian Laws in 2011

Understanding Singapore Floods

Malaysia: Ministry Blames Google Translate for Website Errors

Don’t wear “clothes that poke eye” and remember the “Mongoose fight” uniform for official functions. These are some of the funny English translation errors in the website of Malaysia’s Ministry...

Myanmar: Welcome Party for Freed Blogger

Malaysia: Proposed Race Relations Act

Malaysia: Improving Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

Reviewing Malaysia's National Car Policy

Film Camp Cambodia

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