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He wasn't always a brand name in videography. Out of college, Jason Magbanua took a job that worked him to the bone and paid P7,000 a month.
 
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As a child, she was so poor that she had to plug the holes in her shoes with candy wrappers. Now, Dr. Astrid Tuminez uses her experiences to help the marginalized.
 
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One of the country’s most well-known yet enigmatic businessmen, on amassing wealth, managing people , and expanding without fear.
 
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You have to be mad to be a paparazzo, but that was the life Roberto Bellini led in Italy, before he became Cubao’s intrepid restaurateur.
 
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The Goblin and Train to Busan actor contemplates his overthinking methods, the meaning of being an actor, and turning 40.
 
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Today’s generation of movie brats will be watching FPJ through the lenses of irony.
 
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Reina liked math because "unlike in English class where if your teacher did not like your piece, she would just fail you, in math there was an objective answer and you could show it."
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