cosplay away!

07/26/06 at 2:19 pm | Posted in CNET Asia, Tech | 2 Comments

I featured Pinoy Cosplay on my CNET Asia tech blog. Check it out. 

Congratulations to CNET Asia for winning two awards at the first MediaConnect Asia Technology Journalist Awards. CNET Asia won for Best Technology Media Website, while CNET Asia’s Philip Wong won for Best Product Reviewer.

Congratulations also to Leung Wai-Leng of Straits Times’ Digital Life (Singapore) for winning as Best Gaming Journalist. Wai-Leng won an Xbox 360 and 7 Xbox 360 titles, woo-hoo!

The awards night was held on July 21 at the Pulai Desaru Beach in Malaysia, as part of the ITJourno Asia Forum 2006.

Kudos to all the finalists in the Best Gaming Journalist category. All four finalists, by the way, are members of the Asian Gaming Journalists Association, including Alex Villafania of INQ7.net (Philippines), Jaczie Lo of GameAxis (Philippines) and Blake Hoo of GameAxis Malaysia.

Congratulations too to AGJA members John Nieves of Gadgets (Philippines) and my fellow CNET Asia tech blogger Vishnu Mahmud of Jakarta Post. John was one of the finalists in the Best Product Reviewer category, while Vishnu was a finalist in the Best Consumer Technology Journalist category.

Here’s the complete list of winners:

Best Technology Media Website
Winner: CNET Asia

Best Technology Industry Title
Winner: South China Morning Post

Best Business Technology Title
Winner: MIS Asia

Best Consumer Technology Title
Winner: PHOTOVIDEOi
Highly Commended: PC.com Malaysia & PC Magazine Singapore

Best Technology Industry Journalist
Winner: Jennifer Tan, Reuters

Best Business Technology Journalist
Winner: Stefan Hammond, Computerworld Hong Kong
Highly Commended: Stuart Biggs, South China Morning Post

Best Consumer Technology Journalist
Winner: David Wilson, South China Morning Post

Best Product Reviewer
Winner: Philip Wong, CNET Asia
Highly Commended: Farihan Bahrin, Tech3c

Best Gaming Journalist
Winner: Leung Wai-Leng, The Straits Times, Digital Life

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  1. sorry for this out-of-the-blue-post, but i personally dont think “pinoy cosplay” is a good site.

    i believe that you do know that the admins of that forum are in bad terms with filcosplay.tk

    and i guess they didnt ask permission, as usual, to use my photos.

    Well, hope this didnt bother you that much. You should try to visit cosplay.ph, that site should be more informative.

    ~Erving Go (a.k.a. FART!)

  2. Great insights on the power of cosplay and modern myth, Joey. 🙂


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