Life doesn’t unfold in a petri dish, so our food habits need to be part of campaigns to take out harmful trans fats. Check out our data on cardiovascular health in Southeast Asia. (First of a two-part story set.)
Industrial trans fats are still allowed in majority of Southeast Asian countries, and the harm they cause are not quite common knowledge in the region. (Last part of a two-part story set.)
Tired of pandemic stats? COVID-19 is not leaving anytime soon, so here are six tips to help you find your way through the swirl of pandemic figures – and make more informed decisions in these uncertain times.
The year 2017 will be a red-letter one for the Philippines and its international standing. The country will be ASEAN chair, under a new government, during no less than the 50th year anniversary of the regional organization. Are the Philippine media ready to cover these?
Like Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’e high-octane politics or hate it, but his brand of leadership has not been seen in ASEAN in decades, Kavi Chongkittavorn says in this piece for Reporting ASEAN. And whatever one thinks of Duterte’s China move, his overtures to Beijing have gone a long way in defusing the South China Sea tensions.
For too long, media communities in ASEAN have missed reporting on ASEAN’s journey to integration. But the ASEAN Community’s formation presents newsrooms with the challenge of crafting fresh routines to report on the story of integration in a region of 625 million people, argues Kavi Chongkittavorn in this commentary.
Thanh Le of Vietnam National University’s News Bulletin and a #reportingasean fellow, spoke to Associate Prof. Dr. Nantana Gajaseni, executive director of the Bangkok-based ASEAN University Network (AUN), about the progress in pushing student exchange programs across universities in ASEAN. Student exchanges nurture ASEAN-mindedness among young people as future ASEAN citizens, she said.
Do you have a creative, original story about the ASEAN Community and ASEAN that must be told? IPS Asia-Pacific and Probe Media Foundation Inc (PMFI) are inviting journalists, photojournalists and television journalists to apply for the fellowship reporting program called ‘Reporting ASEAN: 2015 and Beyond’.