Philippines

菲律賓共和國(Filipino:Republika ng Pilipinas;英語:Republic of the Philippines),通稱菲律賓,是位於東南亞的一個群島國家。 --來自 維基百科


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2020/03/17 | Voice of America

'Unprecedented' Lockdown of Manila Expected to Cut Philippine Economic Growth

The Philippine capital and its core suburbs will ban people from coming or going through April 14 to contain spread of the coronavirus.

2020/01/18 | Coco Dollanganger

Will Philippines Impose Plastic Ban in 2020?

Philippines is the world's third largest source of ocean plastics. How can it reduce plastic waste nationwide?

2020/01/08 | The Interpreter

Martial Law Lifted in Philippine South, But Military Presence Persists

The role of the military on the strife-torn Philippine island isn’t about to change – and will continue to ensnare legal activists.

2020/01/07 | Voice of America

Philippines Would Hurt Tourism, Ease Political Disputes by Requiring Americans to Get Visas

The Philipipnes' tourism sector would take a hit, but a visa rule for Americans would ease tension over a criminal case in Manila.

2019/10/09 | The Pangolin Reports

Philippine Wildlife Protection Law Fails to Curb Pangolin Trafficking

In the Philippines, the penalties for pangolin trafficking are not severe enough to deter poachers from making profits.

2019/08/19 | Michael Beltran

55 Philippine Indigenous Schools Suspended for Alleged Rebel Activities

The philippine government has suspended 55 indigenous schools, accusing them of teaching the children to rebel against authorities.

2019/07/20 | Michael Beltran

Family Threatened With Eviction to Protest at Duterte's Annual National Address

Poverty does not stop protesters from expressing their anger against President Rodrigo Duterte.

2019/06/28 | Michael Beltran

Not so Strong Man: Duterte Buckles Under Chinese Pressure Amid Maritime Row

Officials in the Philippines initially came on strong demanding China be sanctioned for an incident at Recto Bank, while Duterte kept his lips sealed. Days later Duterte finally dismissed the whole thing as 'a little maritime accident' and the administration fell in line, much to the ire of citizens. But — asks Michael Beltran — who is pulling whose strings here?

2019/02/22 | TIME

PHILIPPINES: The Dark Message Behind Maria Ressa's Cyber Libel Arrest

'They wanted me to go through being arrested,' Ressa says. 'They wanted me to feel their power.'

2019/01/01 | TIME

Philippines President Duterte Admits to Sexually Assaulting Maid as Teenager

Rodrigo Duterte, known for making statements that demean women, has now admitted to sexually assaulting a woman himself.

2018/10/13 | Global Voices

PHILIPPINES: Meet 'Gabbie,' a Chatbot Helping Sexual Harassment Victims

The chatbot helps women report sexual harassment, but it depends on Facebook to secure private chats.

2018/08/06 | 讀者投書

OPINION: Time for Taiwan to Modernize Its Views on Migrant Workers

Taiwan is a major employer of Southeast Asian migrant workers. We spoke with Archie, who has toiled in a factory for six years, and found a man not in the least bit deserving of the scorn and vitriol so often directed towards foreign workers in Taiwan.

2018/07/17 | TNL Staff

PHILIPPINES: A 5 Step Guide to Becoming a Communist Guerrilla

Interested in joining the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines? A millennial shares some inside observations to help you decide whether you have what it takes.

2018/07/10 | Coco Dollanganger

PHILIPPINES: Is the #BabaeAko Movement Really About Duterte?

The #BabaeAko movement grew out of anger with the misogyny of President Duterte - or so we thought. Many Filipino women resent efforts to politicize their struggle for equality.

2018/07/09 | Michael Beltran

The Duterte Doublespeak: Exploring the Philippine President’s Long List of Lies

From backpedaling on promises to resign to ceding ground against China, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is becoming known for playing fast and loose with the truth.

2018/06/22 | East Asia Forum

OPINION: US South China Sea Saber-rattling Stokes China Conflict Danger

Objectivity, fairness and balance are increasingly hard to find in analysis of China’s actions in the South China Sea.​​​​​​​