Home » Opinion » Medium Rare
Privacy, please

Privacy, please

  LIFE used to be so simple. Now we have to know how to read LGBTQIAplus without forgetting F and M. Senator Koko Pimentel was aghast at his own ignorance in translating those connected let­ters. A cellphone message to a TV show asked how come the major­ity has always had to adjust to the minority. […]

Poor Epifanio

No Comment
Poor Epifanio

  I GOT a headache listening to the Senate hearing on traffic and how to undo those jams that make EDSA a daily nightmare. Which is unfair to EDSA – you’re in la-la-land if you think our traffic woes are confined to EDSA. Poor Mr. Epifanio de los Santos, to have his name dragged through […]

Continue reading …

Take ‘em back

No Comment
Take ‘em back

  A MATTER of “grave concern” to the Chinese embassy: “In many cases, the employers of Philippine casinos, POGOs and other forms of gambling entities do not apply neces­sary legal work permits for their Chi­nese employees. Some Chinese citi­zens are even lured into and cheated to work illegally with only tourist vi­sas.” To make both […]

Continue reading …

EDSAsperating

No Comment
EDSAsperating

  I KNOW, I know, EDSA isn’t news. What we’ve done to EDSA and what EDSA has done to us is nobody’s fault but everybody’s, especially those persons in power and authority that we mislabeled as leaders and experts. Still, we can hope that there’s hope. Maybe it’s time for MMDA to stop experimenting with […]

Continue reading …
Ghost Month it is. Hong Kong, ghost town?

  TWO hundred and fifty thou­sand Filipinos live and work in Hong Kong, including a fictional group of OFWs featured in the movie Hello, Love, Goodbye. It’s a film – timely! – starring Kath­ryn Bernardo, Alden Richards and a cast of quirky characters eking out a living in the city named af­ter a harbor and […]

Continue reading …

Subway 2025

No Comment
Subway 2025

  A FLOOD-free, P179 billion subway? The way Antonio Lee Tiu puts it, “The subway will prevent floods.” Those of us who fear a scenario of being trapped 10 stories un­derground in a train when it rains may take refuge in physics: Wa­ter seeks its own level. As the 44-year-old builder of the first sub­way […]

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 68123Next ›Last »