Erlie Lopez

Erlie Lopez

A Filipino residing in the Philippines. Public Relations strategic consultant and writer. Founder and former head of a PR agency with Asia-Pacific ties. Occassional contributing writer in local publications. Environment advocate.

16.05.2021

Community Pantry: Givers and takers one against the virus (Part 2)

Community Pantry: Givers and takers one against the virus (Part 2)

FEATURE         All it took was one cart on a sidewalk filled with vegetables, fruits, rice, eggs, canned food, and other stuff to prevent or fight the onslaught of covid-19. And the scribbled message in Pilipino on a cardboard tucked on the adjacent lamppost translates to: “Take… »

09.05.2021

Community Pantry: One makeshift set-up that has captured the Filipinos’ hearts

Community Pantry: One makeshift set-up that has captured the Filipinos’ hearts

FEATURE         Thirteen months after the Covid-19 outbreak in the Philippines and as cases surged, a new kind of morning greeted a middle-class neighborhood in Teachers Village, Quezon City that April 14 which pleasantly surprised a mix of tricycle drivers, construction workers and other passersby and gave… »

09.05.2020

Media Shutdown During a Pandemic

Media Shutdown During a Pandemic

It was as if the pandemic Covid-19 was not yet inflicting enough deadly harm and threat to a population of over 110 million and a nightmarish uncertainty on an economy still lagging behind in the Asian region. . . It was as if the community quarantine locking people down in… »

22.10.2018

Taunting Democracy at start of Philippine Election Season

Taunting Democracy at start of Philippine Election Season

The election season has just begun in the Philippines with the four-day filing of the Certificate of Candidacy at the Commission on Election (Comelec) by aspirants for senators, congress representatives, and some local seats.  All the way to D Day in May, it’s expected to be another big fiesta, with… »

04.07.2018

“God” sparks Division between a President and Citizens

“God” sparks Division between a President and Citizens

In a summit on national communication and information technology in Davao, southern Philippines on June 22, President Rodrigo Duterte digressed to the unlikeliest of topics: Creation.  And rambled in a booming voice: “Who is this stupid God? He is really stupid, “Estupido talaga itong p***** ina** (the latter phrase meaning… »

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