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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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"I’m not rich, but I’m very fulfilled."
 
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Apart from building business empires, these moguls also served as inspiring teachers to their children
 
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Sarge Lacuesta writes a letter to his son on the importance of relishing every experience.
 
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The mighty misadventures of a father in training.
 
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“It is only then, when you have learned how to truly value a woman, that I feel you will begin to truly become a man.”
 
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If pegs get us into trouble, why is everyone still using them?
 
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Today’s generation of movie brats will be watching FPJ through the lenses of irony.
 
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Clinton Palanca reminds his daughter about odious people, letting go, and the importance of learning how to cook.
 
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"I was already so tired I protested almost in tears, 'Lino no no no, ayoko na!' and he said, 'Stand up, stand up! This is what we need!'"
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