Where are you listening from?

There are Solomon Islanders living all over the world, from closer neighbours such as Fiji, Australia and New Zealand to more far-flung areas of Europe and the United States. 

SIBC recently reached out to our expanding online audience and asked online listeners and readers of SIBC Online: where are listening from?

Here are the first two Solomon Islander ex-pats who we profiled:

HO Lees Yay, Hawaii 

 

1. Your home province in the Solomons?

Temotu

2. How long have you lived away from home?

I’ve been away for four years

3. What are you doing in the country you live in now?

I’m a fisherman here in Hawaii.

4. What do you miss most about the Solomon Islands?

The only thing I miss most is the home food!

5. How often do you listen to SIBC?

Mainly during the broadcast of the soccer matches

6. What’s your favorite thing to listen to on SIBC?

My favourite thing to listen on SIBC is “artist profile” (this Tuesday, August 1 at 7.45pm repeated again on Monday August 7 at 1.45pm)

 

Didi En-ess, Philippines 

Didi En-ess

1. Your home province in the Solomon Islands?

Malaita

2. How long have you lived away from home?

Two years

3. What are you doing in the country you live in now?

Studying

4. What do you miss most about the Solomon Islands?

I miss the local food the most

5. How often do you listen to SIBC?

7-days a week!

6. What’s your favorite thing to listen to on SIBC?

Local news and the string bands (Swing with the Strings is on 9pm every Friday night)

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