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Mong Palatino · May, 2013

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 May, 2013

Blackout Mapping in Cambodia

A massive blackout in Cambodia has sparked online discussion about the country’s power supply situation. Citizens are demanding explanation about the recurring blackouts in recent months. Urban Voice, a crowdsourcing...

Little PSY and his Vietnamese Heritage

Vietnam and Same Sex Marriage

‘Illegal” Libraries in Myanmar

Kindness Mascot Gives Up on Singapore

Singa, Singapore’s courtesy lion and then mascot for kindness since 1982 has resigned. Complaining against an “increasingly angry and disagreeable society” the lion felt it’s time to take a break....

Vietnam App Helps Motorbike Taxi Passengers

Students Defend Cambodia's Human Rights Record

BarCamp Battambang 2013

“Lift your Skirt, Save a Life” Cervical Cancer Ad Divides Singapore

To remind Singapore women about the free Pap smear screenings this month and to promote awareness about cervical cancer, the Singapore Cancer Society came out with a “Lift your skirt....

Indonesia: Petition to Save the Forest of Aceh

Violent Dispersal of ‘Red Shirts’ Protest Remembered in Thailand

Brunei: ‘Slow Internet is Almost Like Censorship’

Brunei internet users are complaining against the slow and unreliable internet connection in their country. Brunei has one of the most expensive internet rates in Southeast Asia but many Brunei...

Laos Defines National Dress

Blogshops are Popular in Singapore

‘Black 505’ Post-Election Rallies Spread in Malaysia

The Opposition-led ‘Black 505’ rallies are spreading in Malaysia. In the past week, hundreds of thousands gathered in Kuala Lumpur and in other parts of the country to protest the...

Morality vs. Modernity: Thailand's TV History

PHOTOS: Vietnam War-Era Posters

‘Malaysian Tsunami’ Protests Election Irregularities

Tens of thousands in Malaysia gathered in Kelana Jaya stadium near the country’s capital last May 8 to protest the final vote tally of the 13th General Elections. The government...

Drug Trafficking on the Rise in Timor Leste

Timor Leste's Bid to Join ASEAN

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