PNG Blogs reloaded

The face of two culturesPlease find attached a revised list of PNG Blogs, ones that I read regularly. All those mentioned focus on local content with many maintained by Papua New Guineans. Most are updated regularly whilst others have not seen a fresh post since Moses was a kid (or something like that). Such is the nature of blogging.

If you would like to see your blog listed at Trupela Tok – or your blog is listed and you would like to update the description – just shoot us an email. For a complete list of all my favourite links click here.

The following list is sorted alphabetically:

(Interesting to note that we have a predominance of Blogger sites versus WordPress)

  • 1331 John and Sheena’s ramblings 1331: John and Sheena’s ramblings...
  • Andrew's Ukarumpa Ever wondered about the fast-paced and exciting life of a missionary motorcycle mechanic in a developing nation? Now you can find out by following my blog! Andrew's Ukarumpa: Ever wondered about the fast-paced and exciting life of a missionary motorcycle mechanic in a developing nation? Now you can find out by following my blog!...
  • Asia-Pacific Perspective This site attempts to share my articles that have been published by both Sunday Chronicle in Papua New Guinea every Sundays and Island Sun in Solomon Islands every Friday. My articles look at Chinese society, culture, economy, governance and China’s role Asia-Pacific Perspective: This site attempts to share my articles that have been published by both Sunday Chronicle in Papua New Guinea every Sundays and Island Sun in Solomon Islands every Friday. My articles look at Chinese society, culture, economy, governance and China’s role ...
  • Beautiful PNG My Home Country, Papua New Guinea Beautiful PNG: My Home Country, Papua New Guinea...
  • cloudpng@Port Moresby Stories and pics by Claudz cloudpng@Port Moresby: Stories and pics by Claudz...
  • Crime and Corruption in PNG  Crime and Corruption in PNG – the issues behind the headlines Crime and Corruption in PNG: Crime and Corruption in PNG – the issues behind the headlines...
  • Ethnographer | Ecographer Social Justice, Global Health, Sustainability, Ethnographic Ethics Ethnographer | Ecographer: Social Justice, Global Health, Sustainability, Ethnographic Ethics...
  • Euralia Paine Leading Papua New Guinea woman journalist and writer, Euralia Paine, who has written numerous positive articles about Papua New Guinea for many years. Euralia Paine: Leading Papua New Guinea woman journalist and writer, Euralia Paine, who has written numerous positive articles about Papua New Guinea for many years....
  • Joeri Kalwij Photography Joeri Kalwij Photography …and some stories Joeri Kalwij Photography: Joeri Kalwij Photography …and some stories...
  • Kange Nga Kona It is my desire to write this blog to help those who are less fortunate in a country that is run by people who only think about themselves. I am trying to do my little part as a Papua New Guinean to show some light at the end of the dark tunnel. Kange Nga Kona: It is my desire to write this blog to help those who are less fortunate in a country that is run by people who only think about themselves. I am trying to do my little part as a Papua New Guinean to show some light at the end of the dark tunnel....
  • Keith Jackson's PNG Attitude Keith is a well known Australian Journalist with a strong connection to PNG. He is Chairman of the Sydney-based public relations firm Jackson Wells Pty Ltd and Adjunct Professor of Journalism & Communication at the University of Queensland. Keith Jackson's PNG Attitude: Keith is a well known Australian Journalist with a strong connection to PNG. He is Chairman of the Sydney-based public relations firm Jackson Wells Pty Ltd and Adjunct Professor of Journalism & Communication at the University of Queensland....
  • Kokopo 2010 Nius and photos from Kokopo and the East New Britain Province. Kokopo 2010: Nius and photos from Kokopo and the East New Britain Province....
  • Madang – Ples Bilong Mi The Weblog of a Permanent Resident of Paradise Madang – Ples Bilong Mi: The Weblog of a Permanent Resident of Paradise...
  • Malum Nalu Hello my name is MALUM NALU and I am from PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. My blog has been set up especially to promote Papua New Guinea and what it has on offer. Malum Nalu: Hello my name is MALUM NALU and I am from PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. My blog has been set up especially to promote Papua New Guinea and what it has on offer. ...
  • Masalai blog news, ideas, general banter and your comments…(acting locally looking globally) Masalai blog: news, ideas, general banter and your comments…(acting locally looking globally)...
  • Michie The home of the Michie family… Michie: The home of the Michie family…...
  • Nomad Tales no·mad (noun). – A person with no fixed residence who roams about; a wanderer.  This is the spot for all my rants, tales and other thoughts while I live a Nomadic life. Nomad Tales: no·mad (noun). – A person with no fixed residence who roams about; a wanderer. This is the spot for all my rants, tales and other thoughts while I live a Nomadic life....
  • Olgeta Long Long Olgeta Long Long – Missives from Port Moresby and beyond… Olgeta Long Long: Olgeta Long Long – Missives from Port Moresby and beyond…...
  • Papua New Guinea Blogs A weekly news blog reflecting issues and challenges facing Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Blogs: A weekly news blog reflecting issues and challenges facing Papua New Guinea....
  • PNG – My Land My Country PNG – My Land My Country – is a personal collection of poems and stories about Papua New Guinean issues… PNG – My Land My Country: PNG – My Land My Country – is a personal collection of poems and stories about Papua New Guinean issues…...
  • PNG Gossip Blog Papua New Guinea Gossip Newsletter Blog PNG Gossip Blog: Papua New Guinea Gossip Newsletter Blog...
  • PNGexposed Blog Tune in to PNGexposed for access to the documents THEY don’t want you to read. PNGexposed Blog: Tune in to PNGexposed for access to the documents THEY don’t want you to read....
  • Press Clippings from PNG PNG…..land of the unexpected especially when you open the newspaper every day! Press Clippings from PNG: PNG…..land of the unexpected especially when you open the newspaper every day!...
  • Rabaul Daily Photo Some great photos of Rabaul and Surrounds Rabaul Daily Photo: Some great photos of Rabaul and Surrounds...
  • Steve in PNG How to win friends and influence people, PNG style Steve in PNG: How to win friends and influence people, PNG style...
  • The Anuki Country Press Publisher, literary agent: answering Papua New Guinea’s literacy and literary needs. The Anuki Country Press: Publisher, literary agent: answering Papua New Guinea’s literacy and literary needs....
  • Tiri Kuimbakul I aspire to motivate, inspire and empower students and young people in general to succeed academically, professionally, financially, personally, socially and spiritually through writing, speaking, seminars, workshops, coaching and mentoring. Tiri Kuimbakul: I aspire to motivate, inspire and empower students and young people in general to succeed academically, professionally, financially, personally, socially and spiritually through writing, speaking, seminars, workshops, coaching and mentoring....
  • Tubuans and Dukduks Listening to the beat of the Blood: A Comme il Faut Exegesis on Papua New Guinea Tubuans and Dukduks: Listening to the beat of the Blood: A Comme il Faut Exegesis on Papua New Guinea...

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  2. DUK

    R,

    Fantastic job in puting all these blogs together. Every time, I log on to read your blog, it looks different. Great IT skills you got, man!

    Cheers,

    DUK

  3. Russell Soaba

    Thanks, mate, for the informative stuff on your blog. Mine is in the process of being constructed, I cannot say it looks good, but as soon as a good technician comes along and helps me out, I’d be more than happy in participating in some of the discussions. Good on ya.