Emily Rauhala @erauhala

China Correspondent, The Washington Post

  • erauhala

    November 9th at 4:14am
    27 0

    The U.S. Embassy in Manila is playing the soft power long game on election night: Attendees get free hats, fried chicken and Pizza Hut. Oh and no mention of Duterte. #America #Philippines #Manila #Election2016

  • erauhala

    November 8th at 10:38am
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    This man, Artemio Lachica, 74, loves former dictator Ferdinand #Marcos, his wife Imelda, their son, Bongbong Marcos, and President Rodrigo #Duterte. He is happy that Marcos will now be buried alongside the Philippines' heroes. "Martial law was the best time that happened in the Philippines," he told me. #Philippines

    filipinasboksing

    20 days ago
    @genbengivy Viva MarcosπŸ™πŸΎ Ferdinand Marcos was the Best Philippine President and Duterte follows.πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ I also agree, Martial Law was the best time in the PhilippinesπŸ‘πŸ½

    christinejag

    26 days ago
    😡

    genbengivy

    26 days ago
    Sadly a lot of people are like this man, disenchanted about the dictator that is marcos. Very sad and very disappointing. #neveragain #neverforget

    justintheory

    26 days ago
    πŸ˜”

    imprintweddings

    26 days ago
    Can I say how much I love the name Bongbong. It's somehow very fitting.

    globaldan

    26 days ago
    Martial law! πŸ‘...πŸ‘...πŸ‘(also Bongbong)

    sanverde

    26 days ago
    Ugh

    feliciasonmez

    27 days ago
    Wow.

    kimiisstellar

    27 days ago
    πŸ’”
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  • erauhala

    September 19th at 6:40pm

    A t-shirt for sale in #Davao, where Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte was mayor for decades. Size is children's 12.

    jzilla79

    2 months ago
    True definition of liberal POS media.

    imprintweddings

    2 months ago
    Dear God. A kid's size.

    jojotaripe

    3 months ago
    Just dont forget to collect all the garbage and other solid waste shipped back to canada@erauhala

    cgurt4

    3 months ago
    @erauhala I hope you respond, let's see what you are made of.

    cgurt4

    3 months ago
    @erauhala talking about human rights of this criminals? How about the human rights of the victims of this criminals? Common sense is not very common now a days. Get a grip.

    cgurt4

    3 months ago
    @erauhala over 700k drug pusher and drug addicts surrendered, over 16k arrested by police operations, only 1500 killed due to resisting arrest by firearms. You do the math... Men lie women lie numbers don't. It was never done before by any previous administrations. Don't report what you don't know. Be a responsible journalist, that's all you can do. Stick to your own country, oh yea like your own country Philippines don't been your opinion. #du30

    the.little.wanderer

    3 months ago
    Exercise fair and responsible journalism @erauhala STOP DESTABILIZING OUR BELOVED PHILIPPINES!!!!!
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  • erauhala

    August 31st at 6:17am

    Justin Trudeau meets with Li Keqiang in Beijing. #littlepotato

    edgarboyet

    3 months ago
    @erauhala It is disturbing that a Journalist like you are posting tweets that could potentially destabilize our country. Please, before you make such bold statements, verify your facts first and not just rely on what you see and read in our biased media here who are owned by the Oligarchs. Have you tried asking the majority of the Filipinos who have first hand experience in the Philippines? You call yourself a Correspondent and this is how you behave? You will do a great service for our country and to the country who adopted you if you just mind your own backyard. You're just another fame-whore journalist who wants to get her milli-second world fame at the expense of our President and our country!

    ybettesotomil12

    3 months ago
    EXERCISE FAIR AND RESPONSIBLE JOURNALISM..STOP DESTABILIZING THE PHILIPPINES!

    rosiepidcock

    3 months ago
    πŸ™ˆπŸ—

    erauhala

    3 months ago
    @rosiepidcock sure is. That and ε°ι²œθ‚‰

    rosiepidcock

    3 months ago
    #ε°εœŸθ±†

    rosiepidcock

    3 months ago
    Omg is that what the Chinese Internet is calling him?!? Yessssss

    ahlaamzk

    3 months ago
    😍
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  • erauhala

    August 20th at 11:27pm

    Then there was a rainbow for real.

    weilengt

    4 months ago
    Hugs

    zhaosheila

    4 months ago
    Love her dress!
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  • erauhala

    July 25th at 11:38am

    Xi dada, July 2016.

    erauhala

    4 months ago
    @carlszhang New bestie. Just kidding, press conference.

    carlszhang

    4 months ago
    Woah!

    tweetoyoung

    4 months ago
    Woooooooooow! Xxxxxx

    qychuckles

    4 months ago
    Wow!! What are you doing in Bj nowadays haha

    pnashjenkins

    4 months ago
    Yas
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  • erauhala

    July 20th at 7:04pm

    When picking up a train ticket in Beijing is like a free, 90 minute trip to a water park. β˜”οΈπŸ™‹πŸš…

    feliciasonmez

    4 months ago
    nooooo

    globaldan

    5 months ago
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  • erauhala

    July 19th at 4:19pm
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    "Internet celebrities, those who look fake, I think that's beautiful. Looking fake, not like the real you, that's my standard. All my selfies are tweaked through Meitu to make my face super tiny and my eyes super big. I'm a master at this." -Wang Mingyue, a 19-year-old freelancer, on Chinese beauty standards.

    feliciasonmez

    4 months ago
    Love these!!

    zareensiddiqui

    4 months ago
    Thanks for sharing this Emily ..very interesting

    globaldan

    4 months ago
    Tell her to fix her eyebrows while she's at it

    yenni_kwok

    5 months ago
    😒😒

    eughung

    5 months ago
    That totally is heartbreaking

    giuliamarchiphoto

    5 months ago
    😳

    catherine_traywick

    5 months ago
    Whoa

    ivyywwang

    5 months ago
    Loving these
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  • erauhala

    July 19th at 4:09pm

    "Back in my day, a woman had to be strong and well built. You had to be able to do work, to labor, and you couldn't be too absorbed in your looks... These days, girls are different, they all want to be thin. And all the makeup!"-Li Shuyun, a 66-year-old retiree.

    ahlaamzk

    5 months ago
    ❀️
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  • erauhala

    July 19th at 4:03pm

    "Among my friends people usually wear colored contact lenses to make their eyes bigger. There is so much pressure on girls now. In my school almost all the girls want to be famous at a young age. They want to become online celebrities. Some of them even wear colored lenses and makeup to school. Some have injections to make their faces smaller or have plastic surgery. But they are just teenagers! I think one's personality is much more important. If you are good looking but a really horrible person, then that's not beauty. But if you are friendly and outgoing, as long as you don't look too "sorry," it's okay." -Liu Yuqing, a 15-year old student, on Chinese standards of beauty.

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