This second episode of our podcast is about how living abroad changes us and how it can lead to growth.
This paper looks at the fragile student movements in both countries and how digital media has played an important role in the reawakening of student youth activism in Malaysia and Singapore.
Now, for our first episode, we will be talking about Paskong Pinoy (Filipino Christmas)!
In this episode we are going to talk about cities and live music. With the UK’s goal of Net Zero by 2050, we need different sectors to do their share of actions to ensure a low-carbon future.
While getting a masters or doctorate in other countries are somewhat the norm, the Philippines produces relatively few masters and PhD graduates.
This was a recorded news interview with ANC on celebrity politics, thrive in the Philippines, weak political party systems, and how social media impacts elections.
My thoughts on the failure of the political party system in the Philippines and why celebrity politics thrive, as well as the role of media in influencing voters’ decisions.
An interview with BBC Radio about the record number of environmental activist killings in the world.
Hospitality firms with an environment strategy centering on reduce, reuse, and recycle (the 3R’s) increase their profitability and market value, shows research led by Alexis Ionnadis of the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Business School.