Programs > Fellowship

From Madiun to the World Headlines

By: Coen Husain Pontoh MANILA – At about five in the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2002, over a dozen… Read More

The Aquino Papers

By Miriam Grace A. Go BANGKOK — For five months now, the Bangkok Post has been running daily on its… Read More

A Tale of Two Party-List Systems

By Miriam Grace A. Go BANGKOK—In a country like the Philippines, where the multibillion-peso-a-year illegal drug trade had been destroying… Read More

Democracy and the Media

By : Suriani Mappong GETTING USED to freedom is not easy. Just ask the media in the Philippines and Indonesia.… Read More

Scandal in the Temple

By Yasmin Lee Arpon BANGKOK — In this predominantly Buddhist country, a male is not considered a full-fledged man unless… Read More

A Rare Breed of Monks

By Yasmin Lee G. Arpon BANGKOK – Medfai is only four years old, but this early the little girl is… Read More

2008 Fellowship: Covering Burma

The Saffron Revolution in Burma in September 2007 and the following political and humanitarian crisis in Burma underscored two things… Read More

SEAPA opens applications to 2009 Journalism Fellowship Program

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance is now accepting applications for the 8th SEAPA Journalism Fellowship Program, centered on this year’s… Read More