I'am a more than watcher less then activist. Seems to stuck in a middle.
My passion for journalism has started with primary passion for people, how they deal with life purpose, tasks and struggle to become more sufficient and resposible.
Environment, sports, fashion, culture, lifestyle
I would like to think that I specialize in pop culture, such as movies and music, since I know so much about the two subjects. I also specialize upon Generation Y and their opinions and attitudes towards life.
Green lifestyle, natural living, simple parenting, modern homesteading.
I've written on a number of subjects as a beat "expert" — personal technology, education, local government. But my joy has been writing stories about people — ordinary people who have done extraordinary things or who have made a difference in some way. The response from both those I wrote about and readers has been gratifyingly positive. "When I read it, I clearly heard my own voice," one subject recently told me. That means a lot to me.
Social welfare, human rights, spirituality, religion, theology, community life.
My specialty is science and technology news. This includes software development, utility rates, semiconductor industry news, Web development, cleantech, defence technology, biotech, nanotech, optics, etc.
Local government, the environment, community development, youth affairs, indigenous issues, health and anything that walks through the door.
My specialty is mainly doing stories that the public will be interested in. Subjects that would involve everyday things that many people don't take notice normally and to give that subject to light, almost like a "15 minutes of fame" way.
i love to write on gold, edible oil, agree commodities... presently deal with every subject related to business, economy
I'm a feature writer. I deal mostly with subjects related to arts and enviornment..
I don't have a speciality. I usually write on social and human interest subjects. I have done stories on the lives of retired sex wokers, women alchoholics, Aids victims, the plight of small people and so on and so forth.
i'm pretty good on interviewing and observations in any social field. i love journalism in so many ways...
I think I have no specialty at all, as my experience will show: at the moment, I do personal finance stories, business features, business process outsourcing/ICT, parenting, beauty and health articles for various publications and companies. But most of the bulk of my work recently are doing profiles with various personalities - in business, show business, and whoever who is willing to be interviewed, given a particular topic required by my publication/s.
On occasions, I also give lectures and conduct seminars/workshops for campus journalists (for grade school, secondary, and tertiary levels).
I write on current affairs & political developments. the cause of general man is my favourite issue