I am updating this post to commemorate the first death anniversary of Ma’am Chit On our way home riding a jeepney one afternoon when I was in Grade Four, a bunch of people handed out to us and our fellow passengers free copies of The
Papasok na ako sa aking PI 100 (Rizal’s life and works) class kahapon ng umaga (7AM). Gaya ng dati, doon ako sa may PHILCOA overpass bumaba. Habang binabagtas ko ang overpass, nararamdaman kong may gumagalaw sa backpack ko. Nung mga oras na iyon, marami nang
I’ve always wanted to see and meet Antonello Joseph (AJ) Perez in person. This afternoon, I got the chance to see him up close – not during one of his promotional shows, but during his wake. I traveled for over an hour to pay my
Over 200 lawmakers in the Philippine Congress have signed House Resolution 1135. Introduced by Sorsogon Rep. Salvador Escudero III, HR 1135 urges President Benigno Aquino III to allow the burial of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos in the Libingan ng mga Bayani (National Heroes’ Cemetery).
[I originally wrote this in mid-August,2010, shortly after I got my first payslip. I am re-promoting it this October 2011 since I am marking my first year with my present company.] I promised to write about my entire job hunting experience once I finally get
I was riding a jeepney (from their makeshift terminal in Centris mall-Quezon City) on the way home from work last March 28. Commuting everyday is something that I’ve done since Grade 4, around mid-1999. I’ve witnessed many things there through the years (like millions of