Paranaque

Fight for Parañaque’s Bird Sanctuary

Another commercial complex. Shops, restos, parking lots and supermarkets. That’s what investors intend to build in the last bird sanctuary in metro-manila. In 2007 President Arroyo banned all activities that could threaten the sanctuary. Now under this current president, a government agency is planning to carry out a project that would reclaim land for commercial […]

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Bataan | Corregidor

Revisiting Corregidor

Been busy the past few weeks. Things I do now eats up a lot of my time. I no longer get to travel much. So I usually (even with friends) pass up travel opportunities. Budget is tight and there are far more important things to be concerned with is my alibi these days. But there are exemptions, […]

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Historia

Earthquakes in Visayas

Been slow to pick up news these past few days. None the less, I’m anxious and worried about what appears to be increasing seismic activities in our land. Knowing how our government has failed to regulate the building quality for the construction of homes and buildings there, we all should be deeply concerned. Scientists reminds […]

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Historia

CINE>SINE by Nick Deocampo

Nick Deocampo, the pioneering Ilongo independent filmmaker made an informative and visually engaging documentary about the hispanic influence in Filipino cinema called “CINE>SINE”. He will present it in UP next week. This is one show history students should not miss. We are all fortunate that Nick continues to create these powerful learning materials to educate […]

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Historia

An Excerpt from Gore Vidal’s “Imperial America”

Not far from where I live is a community library. I’ve been frequenting it ever since I discovered it. It has a descent collection of books and other educational materials. I hope one day, back home, our leaders will realize how important libraries are. We have to make our young people embrace the “reading culture” […]

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Historia

Strange Dream About an Old Filipino Town

I often forget my dreams when I wake up but the vivid ones I remember like film. I slept around 4am yesterday. I’ve been having trouble sleeping lately. I tried just about everything (even started running and drinking choco milk!). Nothing seems to work. Maybe its the bed, the weather, the environment or maybe its […]

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