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Rappler reporter is finalist for dev’t journalism award

MANILA, Philippines – For a story on Asean citizens’ seeming unpreparedness for the region’s economic integration, among other articles, Rappler multi-media reporter David Bryan Lozada has been named finalist in a regional development reporting award.

The Developing Asia Journalism Awards (DAJA) – administered by the Tokyo-based Asian Development Bank Institute – are given to excellent in-depth reports on development issues by journalists from developing countries in Asia and the Pacific.

This is the 8th year since 2004 that the awards will be handed out. The theme for the 2013 competition is “Regionalism in Asia vs Globalization.”

Lozada has been chosen a finalist for the body of works he submitted, including:

Lozada will join other finalists for the awarding ceremonines and a two-day forum in Japan in November. – Rappler.com