The Mabuhay Channel, a platform for shedding light on various Filipino stories in New Zealand and around the world, has once again hit the mark in its latest episode. This time, Direk Rene Molina engages in a comprehensive dialogue with Dr. Aido Sepeda, the Executive Director of the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP).
Covering everything from grassroots research initiatives to crafting science-based policies, this conversation is a deep dive into the future of research in the Philippines and how collaborations with international partners like New Zealand can enrich our scientific landscape.
If you’ve followed the Netkapihan Channel from which Mabuhay Channel is rebranded, you might remember Dr. Aido Sepeda from a previous episode where he offered insights into the Martial Law era in the Philippines. The Lasallian educator hailing from Cavite is back to discuss the pivotal role that the NRCP plays in fostering a culture of scientific inquiry in the Philippines. This episode is not only an eye-opener but also a call to action for Filipino researchers and policymakers.
Watch the video chat at the end to experience the channel’s multicultural focus of the network with a Filipino flavor.
CHECK OUT MORE of Direk Rene’s chats with Filipino-Kiwi newsmakers here:
- Unlocking Hidden Gems: Direk Rene and Historian Jose Maria Bonifacio Escoda Discuss the Untold History of Philippine Basketball
- Preserving Filipino Pride in New Zealand: Banyuhay Aotearoa Fuels Youth Enthusiasm with Jose Rizal Poetry Speech Choir Competition
- Auckland’s best batchoy cooked by a Filipino from Iloilo
WATCH this episode on Rene Molina’s Mabuhay Channel here:
Don’t miss out on this illuminating discussion that delves into the nuts and bolts of Filipino scientific research and policy-making. Share this article with your networks, and tune into the Mabuhay Channel to witness how Filipino ingenuity is shaping the future. Let’s keep the conversation going!
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