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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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A story about Mang Inasal, Shakey's, videoke, and con men-an American national, William Entriken, details his strange and terrifying encounter with local grifters.
 
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Ano nga ba ang batayan ng pagiging “buhay” ng isang wika?
 
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What I've Learned: Washington Sycip, 95, founder of SGV&Co. and the Asian Institute of Management
 
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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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Punk rock, dumb luck, and the wonders of Peripheral Vision
 
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In "Origin Story," Chuck Smith talks about growing up thinking he was Pepsi Paloma's son.
 
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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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The senator and chairman of the Philippine Red Cross on egotism, cowboy movies, and why Lancelot was always better than Arthur.
 
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But a bill filed by Sen. Risa Hontiveros seeks to change that.
 
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"Photography is a privilege, it always has been. Because once you’ve shot something, it’s like you're holding on to it. You’re not leaving the experience."
 
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"I do not engage in nitpicking on my own work. The basic propositions remain valid.”
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