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Edible landscapes

Edible landscapes

  BY JULLIE Y. DAZA     IF there was ever an original “plantita” it’s got to be Mina Gabor, former secretary of tourism. For the last many years she has been promoting sustainable tourism, “mother” of ecotourism and farm tourism, all of which involve a passion for planting for the environment, for aesthetics, for […]

‘Is office dead?’

  BY JULLIE Y. DAZA   A QUESTION that’s either too late or too soon to ask, too rhetorical at any rate. At any rate, a furniture designer with a background in psychology estimates that WFH (work from home) has saved us 58 minutes and 2,000 steps of walking and just standing around; another way […]

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They’re very angry

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They’re very angry

  BY JULLIE Y. DAZA   Unbelievable, times three! You thought a Pulse Asia rating of 91% and 92% approval of the President in terms of trust and job performance was too good to be true? Phenomenal, until, some days later Pulse Asia reveals another 92% score, this time for the government’s efforts to manage […]

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Don’t steal my name

  BY JULLIE Y. DAZA     For the last 20-something years, I have been trying to stop a person or persons unknown from using my byline to spread what appears to be a devotion to a canonized saint of the Catholic Church. I have nothing against religion nor saintliness, but what kind of Christians […]

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Change in perspective

  BY JULLIE Y. DAZA     Those multidigit numbers collated by DoH either numb your skull or send you reeling, fueled by anxiety, panic now and again. After seven months of limitless restrictions on our movements and still we’re getting nowhere? Senior citizens, classified as “vulnerable,” have been at the short end of the […]

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Too many subjects!

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Too many subjects!

  BY JULLIE Y. DAZA   To five-year-old Marco I ask, “And when will you read me a story?” He’s in kindergarten but, because his mother took advantage of the long lockdown to drill him on sight-reading, he can easily read grade-four-level words. To my question his reply comes with a swak: “When COVID is […]

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