Born in the Philippines and raised in the island nation of Bahrain in the Middle East, Eunice del Rosario is a journalist who worked for the Bahrain's Gulf Daily News for 10 years. She wrote numerous articles for publications in the Arabian Gulf and the Philippines. Several pieces authored by her have also been picked up by foreign agencies, as well as by the US military particularly during the second Gulf War. In 2007, Eunice moved to Houston, Texas, where she continues to write. She is a strong supporter of a number of charities, notably the Special Olympics and Dreamflight.
Latest posts by Eunice del Rosario from March, 2008
Lauded as Americaâ€™s democratic model in Asia, it is then of no surprise that the Philippines is keeping a close eye on the race to the White House. It may even be insightful to say that when it comes to politics, the Philippines â€“ a former colony of the superpower - is just like the US. Even as politicians change, the system remains very much the same; the voting participation is quite the same; ideological views (and their marginalization) are the same; and the structure of government itself is the same.