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Shifts

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Shifts

    (Second of two parts)   DESPITE the fact that a majority of Filipinos still trust the US com­pared to China and Russia, there are subtle shifts that we need to take into consideration as our country’s foreign policy turns to more cordial relations with other neighbors. While the Pulse Asia survey showed that […]

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Shifts

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Shifts

  (First of two parts) A SURVEY conducted by Pulse Asia in December, 2018, had some interesting revelations. It showed that Filipinos continue to trust the United States as an ally of the Philippines compared to other countries such as China and Russia. The poll showed that 84% of Filipinos trust the US while more […]

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What is CoHo?

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What is CoHo?

  CITY living has been radically transformed over the years. There was a time when Metro Ma­nila consisted of just a few urban pockets and many areas of open spaces. You ask your elders what your area previously looked like and you would probably get this reply: “Ay naku, dati puro talahi­ban lang yang condo […]

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Second chances

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Second chances

    LAST Dec. 13, 2018, Presi­dent Rodrigo Duterte joined our family as we unveiled the markers of the new Las Piñas’ Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Cen­ter (DATRC) as well as the Mella Hotel on C5 Extension in Barangay Pulang Lupa, Las Piñas City. The drug rehabilitation facility sits on a property formerly owned […]

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Joker’s birthday

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Joker’s birthday

    HAPPY new year to ev­eryone! To all hardwork­ing Filipinos here and abroad, I wish you a better quality of life, more time to spend with loved ones, better work so you can provide for your family, and more importantly, good health and happiness so you can en­joy all these in the company of […]

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The Balangiga returns

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The Balangiga returns

    BY the time this column comes out, the Balangiga Bells would have already completed its journey from the time it became a symbol of Filipino bravery and resistance against foreign occupation, to be­ing taken as war booty by Ameri­can soldiers in 1901, to finally re­turning to Philippine soil. I welcome the decision of […]

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