Photos from Agoncillo town, amid Taal Volcano’s eruption in the Philippines. By Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune

Photos from Agoncillo town, amid Taal Volcano’s eruption in the Philippines. By Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune

Photos by Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune (Philippines)

Photos by Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune (Philippines)

A dog’ footprints in ash (not sand). By Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune

A dog’ footprints in ash (not sand). By Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune

Ash, ash everywhere. By Yummie Dinging, Philippines’ Daily Tribune

Ash, ash everywhere. By Yummie Dinging, Philippines’ Daily Tribune

Residents leaving their homes. By Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune

Residents leaving their homes. By Yummie Dingding, Daily Tribune

Vietnam: Think Green, Act Green 

Young people can do a lot to clean up their communities, reports Hoa Hoc Tro’s Trang Thuc Van. She  lists some initiatives that Vietnamese can sign up for – and take action themselves. After all, youngsters around the world are much more environmentally aware and even ASEAN, which Vietnam chairs in 2020, is discussing this shared problem, she explains in this Reporting ASEAN feature.

In Challenging Waters, Vietnam to Steer ASEAN as Mediator

Vietnam wants to be a bridge builder for ASEAN as Chair for 2020, using its skills in staying multilateral politically and economically -– and looks far beyond the headline-grabbing South China  issue and its giant neighbor to the north. Du Nhat Dang explains in this Reporting ASEAN feature.

ASEAN Identity: Imagined or Real?

Next year, 2020, is the ‘Year of ASEAN Identity’. But 52 years after its creation, ASEAN’s identity markers have been confined to bureaucratic circles instead of seeping into the public, popular sphere. How far can having an ASEAN flag, emblem go? Kavi Chongkittavorn explains in this commentary for the #ReportingASEAN series.

From Laos to Bangladesh: Notes from A Rohingya Refugee Camp

For Lao film producer Vannaphone Sitthirath, a two-hour visit to the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh leads to reflections about the gift of having options in life, and questions about practices like polygamy. She shares these thoughts in this article for the Reporting ASEAN series.

Voices from CLMV, and A Tribute to ex-ASEAN Sec-Gen Rodolfo Severino

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#VoicesfromCLMV is the hashtag that journalists from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam created for this story series they are part of in the Reporting ASEAN program, its founder/editor Johanna Son said at the April editorial workshop of the CLMV Integration Series. She also said it was not possible to discuss storytelling related to ASEAN without paying tribute to former ASEAN secretary-general Rodolfo Severino, who passed away earlier in the month.

Call for Proposals: Story Grants for Reporting on ASEAN Issues

The CLMV Integration Series of the Reporting ASEAN program is looking for quality story proposals from journalists who are curious about issues beyond their national borders and want to go beyond their regular news routines. If this describes you, this may be your editorial project! Deadline for application: 1 March 2019.

Free Download: Reportage Around ASEAN-Related Issues: A Tip Sheet

BANGKOK, Jan 18 (Reporting ASEAN) – ASEAN. Whether you love reporting on it, or would rather flee from it, the ASEAN Community will continue to stay within the news radar of Southeast Asia’s media and journalists. This handy booklet takes not only journalists but students and followers of foreign policy, media and development, or anyone […]

‘ASEAN Opens A Big Gate for Vietnam’

Vietnam is fully plugged into Asean as Southeast Asia’s regional family, Tran Viet Thai of the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam says in the conversation below. Vietnam becomes Asean Chair next year, and 2020 marks the country’s 25th anniversary as a full Asean member. Mr Thai explains how Asean has been a major facilitator in Vietnam’s […]

Free Download: Reportage Around ASEAN-Related Issues: A Tip Sheet

BANGKOK, Jan 18 (Reporting ASEAN) – ASEAN. Whether you love reporting on it, or would rather flee from it, the ASEAN Community will continue to stay within the news radar of Southeast Asia’s media and journalists. This handy booklet takes not only journalists but students and followers of foreign policy, media and development, or anyone […]

OFF THE PRESS: Survey Report on How Newsrooms Cover ASEAN-related Issues

Click to download the report on the results of Reporting ASEAN’s survey among editors in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam, The gems in this in formation-gathering exercise lie in the editors’ evaluations of how familiar their organizations and journalists are with ASEAN issues, what news priority they give to ASEAN- related coverage, their assessments of the strengths, weaknesses and needs of their journalists, as well as what they identify as the toughest reporting challenges in covering ASEAN’s role, relevance and impact.

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