‘In the Loop’ Interview with Tubuans & Dukduks: Blogging in the Pacific
Just over a month ago Tubuans & Dukduks was interviewed on Radio Australia for the first time. That was an experience.
It was a pleasure to once again be interviewed yesterday by ABC’s In the Loop hosts Clement Paligaru and Isabelle Genoux in what is planned to become a regular segment of the show – blogging in the Pacific.
Blogging really is a dynamic reflection of the changing Pacific society of today. The Pacific in general has been traditionally one of the most democratic places in the world. By “traditional” I don’t mean modern government systems – but traditional ways of governance and the ability to share one’s point of view, a practice which has been a basic thread of Pacific life for centuries.
On that note, those of you reading this from Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, or New Caledonia – why not start a Blog? You’ll be surprised at the number of people who will be interested. I for one want to know what is happening there – from your point of view.
To listen to In the Loop’s Blogging in the Pacific interview with Tubuans & Dukduks, click here.
ABC’s Radio Australia’s Tok Pisin Sevis will be interviewing me on Thursday as well, another first for Tubuans & Dukduks – going live on airwaves around the Pacific in Tok Pisin!