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  • The waters have now subsided…

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 28, 2009 at 12:49 3 comments
    Residents and workers take refuge on rooftops as water rises at Barasoain and Wilson Street in Little Baguio in San Juan City.  Located at a hilly part of the metro, residents and local offiicials were caught unprepared by the rising water in the area.  Residents said that it was the first time they saw the creek overflowed that way.
    Residents and workers take refuge on rooftops as water rises at Barasoain and Wilson Street in Little Baguio in San Juan City. Located at a hilly part of the metro, residents and local offiicials were caught unprepared by the rising water in the area...
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  • Ondoy

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 27, 2009 at 22:11 8 comments

    a photo of our house
    a photo of our house surrounded by floodwater

    Note: I was supposed to publish this yesterday but the power in our area went out and was not able to get back until this morning, but I was not able to get online due to the many things that needs to be f... Read more >

  • H&L Diaries | Day 3 Chapter 2: We Hate Goodbyes

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 27, 2009 at 16:28

    ©Greenpeace/Lalitia Apsari & Hanifah Azzahra

    Dear diary,

    Before we say goodbye *sniff sniff*, we feel obligated to share the stories about the rest of the elephants (because we already mentioned Kajapatara and Dok Kaew’s love story).

    The rest of elephants also have great stories or characters, thi... Read more >

  • H&L Diaries | Day 3 Chapter 1: Full of Sh*t

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 27, 2009 at 16:18
    Albert Lozada, Philippines
    Albert Lozada, Philippines

    This is our last day in Ancient Siam, which means the last day of the Chang(e) Caravan project, which also means the last day with the elephants (Noooooooo!!  But that’s okay, we promise to visit them when we go back to Thail... Read more >

  • ©Greenpeace/Albert LozadaThe second day was a big day for the Chang(e) Caravan project.  In the morning, we marched from the entrance of Ancient Siam to the ’Bench of Public Appeals’.  Before the long march, a small ceremonial activity was done with one of the elephants, Tong... Read more >

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