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  • 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 >

  • ©Greenpeace/Albert LozadaDear diary,

    Throughout our trip, we met several amazing people—one of which was Dr. Alongkot Chukaew, the director of Thai Elephant Research and Conservation Fund (TREF).  If you want to know anything about elephants—from their physical appearance to t... Read more >

  • H&L Diaries | Day 1 Chapter 1: Introduction

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 25, 2009 at 17:14

    Copy of DSC_0422We are Hani and Lalit, Greenpeace University SEA (GPU) graduates who were given the opportunity to join the Chang[e] Caravan project in Thailand.  As recent graduates of GPU, learned a lot of things about constructing a campaign, and being part of the... Read more >

  • H&L Diaries | Day 1 Chapter 2: Chang Cin Lok

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 25, 2009 at 14:08

    If you’re thinking Chang Cin Lok is a Chinese name, then you are…………..wrong!

    Chang in Thailand means elephant, and Cin Lok in Indonesia is short for “cinta lokasi” which means love upon meeting each other and being in the same location at the same time... Read more >

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