I arrived here in the Netherlands three months ago anticipating a great internship and all of a sudden here am I writing my last blog. My 3 months internship is coming to an end! I guess when you are enjoying your time, it all goes by to quick. It was on the 3rd of august … Continue reading Bye bye Netherlands – Palau here I come!
Alii, kom Uangerang……. My internship will come to an end in two weeks. Time flies! Once my 3 months stay in the Netherlands is over, I will be going back home to the region where tuna is most abundant. Prior to my internship, I knew very little about tuna. As a pacific islander, off course … Continue reading Tuna: More than just a Fish!
Three weeks ago, I shared a picture of the Pacifical logo in a blog titled Traceable and Sustainable. This logo can be seen on every frozen and canned tuna that are specifically packed with sustainably caught free school skipjack and Yellowfin from the PNA region. It was during my first day of internship that I … Continue reading The logo that follows PNA’s tuna
Hoi! This week will complete my 2 months stay in the Netherlands and I will be left only with one more month! I guess it’s true what they say that time goes by as quick as a fly! Since it is the end of another month, let’s take some time to do a little reflection … Continue reading Pacific youngsters & tuna
Hey readers, I hope you are doing fine. Today’s blog is all going to be about my take on the progress of PNA and the possible threats that it might face. As an intern learning about the Tuna industry, I’ve realized that so much energy is spent in safeguarding our tuna resources, Moreover, as a … Continue reading Progress and Challenges
Hi Everyone! I hope you were able to visit and learn something new from the Pacifical website that I introduced on my blog last week. If you have not been able to check out the website, today is your lucky day because I’ll be sharing some great information and exciting facts on today’s blog about … Continue reading Traceable and Sustainable
“Lit” is a simple informal term used when “fun” becomes an understatement while describing something. So with that, let’s just say that last week so lit – it was more fun than a barrel of monkeys! Although I was a little under the weather on Monday and had to stay home to get some rest, … Continue reading Month of Fun Learning