ABOUT THE WRITER
REGEL JAVINES is the writer behind this blog, Philippine Review. He has been contributing articles for Yahoo! Voices since 2011 and for AllVoices.com in 2012. He was also a freelance manuscript evaluator, copy editor/proofreader, corporate-profile writer, and a freelance “ghost” writer.
He always find writing manageable and indulging even when he was in grade school and in high school. However, writing to him had never become his “cup of tea” until college.
REGEL JAVINES is presently studying Master in Business Administration (MBA) with specialization in Marketing Management at the PUP Graduate School, Manila, Philippines. He finished his both elementary and high school education valedictorian. Three years after he graduated high school, he took and passed the PUP College Entrance Test. Despite working as part-time at night and having another extra-income jobs on weekend, he finished his bachelor’s degree on time.
As Campus Journalist
In his freshman year at a state university, PUP-Taguig Campus, he tried out and passed the qualifying examinations of the official student publication, The Chronicler — the progressive student publication of the Campus. His stints as campus journalist opened up doors to various learning opportunities and acquainted him with multifarious struggles of students inside and outside of the four corners of the university.
Moreover, his experiences (as campus journalist throughout his student life in the state university) have broadened his understanding in socio-politico-economic and cultural perspectives that he, himself, considered these as the most significant learning in his whole life.
Eventually, he became the editor-in-chief of the official student publication, where he had learned and endured the comfort of pressure, had confronted and remained steadfast against the pain of students’ rights repression, campus press suppression while remained to be independent and open-minded in the midst of various, pressing struggles as campus mouthpiece.
As Young Professional
After he graduated from college, he worked in one or two Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO), and Transcription companies, in a contractor for telecommunication services, in business corporate, and in publishing industry.
While working in a local publishing company in 2009, he took and successfully passed the government Career Service Examination-Professional Level.
Launched on August 17, 2011 under its maiden title Inquisitor: No discombobulation; bold and daring, Philippine Review talks about news, politics, and social issues circumventing the Philippine politics, government, and the world.
Philippine Review also dabbles in news and issues on history, human interest stories, literature, technology, science and medicine, business, and current developments.
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