Dr. Baviera speaking at the Maritime Security Symposium of the Development Academy of the Philippines
Aileen San Pedro
August 26, 1959
|Died||March 21, 2020 (aged 60)|
San Lazaro Hospital, Manila, Philippines
|Cause of death||Severe pneumonia caused by COVID-19|
|Spouse(s)||Jorge Villegas Baviera (d. 2018)|
|Alma mater||University of the Philippines Diliman |
|Occupation||Professor, Political Scientist, Sinologist|
|Known for||Expert of Sino-Philippine relations|
Baviera died of pneumonia caused by the COVID-19 virus in the early morning of March 21, 2020 at San Lazaro Hospital, Manila, Philippines. She returned from Paris on March 12, where she was infected as a congressman. Wife of the late Villegas Baviera who died of heart attack in 2018, Baviera left after three surviving children, Vita Amalya (born 1985), Mara Yasmin (born 1986) and Jorge Vittorio (born 1991).
Publications (selection)[change | change source]
- Contemporary Political Attitudes and Behavior of the Chinese in Metro Manila, 1994.
- Regional Security in East Asia: Challenges to Cooperation and Community Building, 2008.
References[change | change source]
- Rappler: U.P. professor, China expert Aileen Baviera dies of coronavirus, March 21, 2020, Retrieved March 21, 2020.
- Rappler: Aileen Baviera, 60: Her eyes were on China, her heart stayed with PH, March 21, 2020, Retrieved March 21, 2020.
- "Dr. Aileen Baviera: Clear-eyed China watcher succumbs to COVID-19". GMA News Online. Retrieved Mar 22, 2020.
- Ramos, Mariejo S. "Esteemed UP prof and 'China watcher' succumbs to COVID-19". newsinfo.inquirer.net. Retrieved Mar 22, 2020.