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Lala Rimando
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Country:
Philippines
What do you do?
Editor
Fields of interest
science, health, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development, poverty reduction, biotechnology, policy
Email address
lalarimando@gmail.com
Website:
http://lalarimando.multiply.com
Languages
English, Filipino
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Hi all,
Great to be part of this network! Thanks, Dionisia.
I'm a business journalist in Manila, Philippines. I write about the shakers and movers in the business community, and do investigative stories on the bad ones. Lately, I've been looking at the Corporate Social Responsibility trends.
Cheers,
Lala

Lala Rimando's Blog

Libel in Manila

Last March 7, 2006, I was a certified fugitive.



That Wednesday, I was in Cavite Export Processing Zone doing several

interviews when I received a barrage of text messages warning me not to

go to the office because an arrest warrant was being served arising

from the libel case filed in 2005 by Chavit Singson, a well-known and

influential politician north of Manila. The other respondents were out

chasing a story or moderating a forum. Gemma Bagayaua, our… Continue

Posted on June 12, 2007 at 7:17 — 8 Comments

Love Affairs, Microsoft-style

When I ran across a magazine article entitled, “A Big Windows Cleanup

In Asia,” I was expecting to read something funny. I reckoned it might

have something to do with elaborate efforts to scrub off dirt from the

windowpanes in pollution- and smog-filled Asian cities. But who am I

kidding? I was browsing a May issue of Businessweek Magazine where the

stories have more to do with what influence the financial markets

rather than whether the movers and shakers have… Continue

Posted on June 12, 2007 at 7:16 — 2 Comments

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At 6:17 on October 18, 2010, julius williams said…
hi Lara
im the managing editor of THE DIRECTORS mag in Doha Qatar. Would like your views on CSR in the Philippines
At 10:47 on July 31, 2010, RAFIQ said…
Hi dear.HRU.
At 4:13 on October 7, 2009, MD. IFTAKHAR ALI (IFK) said…
hi!
At 11:06 on April 22, 2009, Shahidul Islam Chowdhury said…
I travelled across the Lala diaries today. I liked it as you write well with simplicity and clarity. Moreover it is lavishly green. Fantastic. Keep in touch whether you r in Manila, or on the net, or someday in Dhaka. Had you ever visited Dhaka?
Shahid
At 16:36 on December 28, 2008, George Ansa Duke said…
Hello There,
Dear its being a long while we communicate each other, i care to know how you're faring, and hope to meet you in the balance! My regards.
At 1:09 on November 26, 2008, Dr. M. M. Sheikh said…
Hello
At 14:38 on November 15, 2008, Dr. M. M. Sheikh said…
hello dear
At 9:10 on May 2, 2008, Yogesh J said…
Hi Lala ,
Apologies for the delay in responding to your request, and now I am back after a loooong gap !

Thanks for being my friend !

Well to begin with a discussion (and I am sure it would sustain for a long time) I would like to share a recent interaction I had during a WBI work shop in New Delhi. We had very informative discussions on knowledge management and its role in sust. devt. I would invite your views from a developing country perspective on the direct use of knowlede as a tool for poverty reduction and environmental sustainabilit, and the role of media and research networks (like the present one) towards achieving the objective. Any previously published works (links to the works) would also be immensely appreciated,
I remain,
gratefully yours,
Yogesh
At 23:50 on October 23, 2007, Elisabeth Jeffries said…
hi Lala,
Good to meet you and thank you for being a friend. I often write about international situations and it would be really good to swop local information. I will be in touch next time that happens.
Thank you.
regards,
Elisabeth.
At 16:57 on July 9, 2007, Do Thi Thanh Ha said…
Hullo Lala,

Nice to meet you on this network. Best wishes from Vietnam.
 
 
 

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