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Twink Macaraig

Twink Macaraig Bio – Twink Macaraig Wiki

Twink Macaraig was a veteran journalist. She was an anchor and senior manager at News5. She was also a columnist of the Philippine Star and a part-time faculty member at the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication.

Prior to her work for News5, Macaraig was the anchor of ANC’s Dateline Philippines and one of the co-hosts of the now-defunct show The Brew. She was also the Filipino bureau chief of Channel News Asia.

Twink Macaraig Age

Macaraig was born in 1964. She died on January 14, 2020. She was 55 years old.

Twink Macaraig Death

Macaraig passed away on January 14, 2020, aged 55 after battling cancer. News5 announced her death on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, in a Facebook post. News5 said, “Veteran journalist and News5 anchor Twink Macaraig died after a battle with cancer. A fighter to the end, rest in peace.”

Writing in Silliman paid tribute to the late veteran journalist on Twitter: “In memory of Twink Macaraig, broadcast journalist and children’s writer. She received her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from the University of the Philippines, and was a columnist of the Philippine Star and a part-time faculty at the UP College of Mass Communications.”

Twink Macaraig Cause of Death

Twink Macaraig’s cause of death was cancer.

Twink Macaraig Cancer

Macaraig was first diagnosed with cancer in the early 2000s. Macaraig wrote about her illness and likened cancer to President Rodrigo Duterte’s government, in an opinion piece titled “Why I fight” published in the Philippine Star on March 24, 2019.

Macaraig wrote: “Because not fighting would ignore the very real option that still exists: the handful of brave, honorable souls putting their lives on the line on the firm belief that the Filipino people can get better; can choose to get better; deserve better. They represent, if not a cure, the lone path to a cure too late for my benefit, perhaps, but for the next generation.”

Twink Macaraig Husband – Twink Macaraig Children

Macaraig is survived by her husband and son.

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