commentary / philippines / politics

Senate hearing on frigate deal is an embarrassment even before it begins

LATER today (Monday), the Senate will conduct a hearing on the “controversial” P15.7 billion contract between the Defense Department and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) of South Korea for the acquisition of two […]

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education / entertainment / philippines

Tritosroda Theater Productions presents “Kalasag”

Tritosroda Theater Productions, a theater company founded by industry veterans Juan Carlo Tarobal and Diane Kristine Bautista, will have its first-ever production this November titled “Kalasag: Koleksyon ng mga Nakabiting Tinig sa Saliw ng […]

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education / philippines

Mathematics month theme 2017: “Mathematics and Statistics.”

As in previous years, the Department of Education (DepEd) once again failed to set aside a specific week or month for the exclusive celebration of mathematics.  This is based on the list of […]

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Lifestyle / philippines

Buying your first condominium? Here are five tips

After many years of working and saving, you might already be considering making your few big purchases, and one of them perhaps is buying your first condominium unit. There are many things […]

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#WalangPasok / history / philippines

LONG WEEKEND | August 21 2017 Philippine holiday – Ninoy Aquino day

The country will commemorate the 34th death anniversary of democracy icon and former Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. this August 21. Ninoy Aquino Day is a national non-working holiday nationwide as stipulated in Republic Act […]

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education / philippines

Effective communication skills are integral to the BPO industry, but why exactly?

A quick look at job vacancies posted in newspapers and through online job portals will easily lead you to conclude that the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry remains very robust. Aside from […]

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education / news / philippines

#WalangPasok – July 24 2017 holiday in Quezon City

(UPDATED, July 17) President Rodrigo Duterte is scheduled to deliver his second State of the Nation Address or SONA this July 24 (Monday) at the House of Representatives in Batasan Hills, Quezon City. In […]

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commentary / philippines / politics

Online mob mentality at the time of Rodrigo Duterte

Three weeks ago, Chelsea Clinton made international headlines when she called out Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte for making a joke about soldiers possibly committing sexual abuses while a part of the country […]

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#WalangPasok / history / philippines

#WalangPasok – June 24 2017 holiday in Manila

The City of Manila will be celebrating its 446th Foundation Day this June 24, Saturday. The day, more popularly known as Araw ng Maynila, is expected to be declared a special non-working holiday just like […]

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news / philippines

Resorts World Manila attacker identified as Jessie Javier Carlos

After two days, the Philippine National Police (PNP) was finally able to identify the man responsible for the attack in Resorts World Manila that killed 37 people. Speaking during a news conference, […]

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GUEST OF DISHONOR: UP Manila calls out Kathleen Joy Poblete for faking academic credentials

The University of the Philippines Department of Social Sciences (UPM DSS) is calling out a certain person named Kathleen Joy R. Poblete for using fake academic credentials during a graduation speech for […]

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August 20 2021 declared holiday in Davao City for ‘Kadayawan Festival’

Davao City, the so-called Durian capital of the Philippines, will be celebrating the 36th annual Kadayawan Festival throughout the month of August. In connection to this, President Rodrigo Duterte has declared August […]

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National History Month theme 2017: “Kasaysayan: Susi sa Nasyonalismo’t Pambansang Kamalayan”

Education institutions of all levels across the Philippines will be celebrating the National History Month this coming August. According to the National Historical Commission of the Philippines or NHCP, the theme for […]

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I’m now fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with SINOVAC’s Coronavac

Starting today, July 30, I am already classified as “fully vaccinated” against the coronavirus disease or COVID-19. According to the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC), people are considered fully vaccinated […]

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