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It once again stigmatizes the idea of adoption.
There’s a new ad that’s causing all sorts of commotion in social media. If you haven’t yet seen it, RC Cola just came out with an ad that’s inane, to put it mildly. It starts with a young dark-skinned teen who arrives ...
 
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An inspiring speech by MAP's Management Man of the Year
Federico R. Lopez, chairman and CEO of First Philippine Holdings Inc. (FPH), First Gen, and Energy Development Corp., is this year's Management Man of the Year, a prestigious award given by the Management Association of the Philippines. The most recent previous awardees were ...
 
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Cheng Han Sui passed away earlier this week. He was 97.
My Dad, Cheng Han Sui, had to struggle early on in life. He came from a poor village district in Xiamen, China. Losing his father at the age of 12, he supported himself by raising ducks and  planting vegetables, and hawking them.With ...
 
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Why the heck would we want to go back to the original normal?
When are we going to go back to normal?That’s the only question anyone wanted me to find out during the recent United Nations Sustainability Week and my work as part of the Global Future Council of the World Economic Forum.I think the ...
 
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Every city in Metro Manila will only be 20 to 30 minutes away from each other.
Filipinos have been debating about Metro Manila’s “true midpoint” for years, a favorite topic over family dinner, drinking sessions, and coffee dates.READ MORE STORIES ON INFRASTRUCTUREAll the Infrastructure Projects Taking Place in 2020 To Make Our Lives More BearableManila to Save More ...
 
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There are the many hypnotic, liquid lines that wash over you, gliding like water with music and sensuality.
Danton Remoto was one of the four instructors at the helm of my very first Creative Writing Workshop course at the Ateneo in Manila, the summer of 1988, my senior year in college. At the time, he was teaching at the English ...
 
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Kumu founder and CEO Roland Ros spent a life-defining summer in the Philippines with the late author.
Susan Quimpo, a freedom fighter, a writer, and a courageous activist, passed away last week, on July 14, 2020. She was 59. As a student, Quimpo was politicized at the University of the Philippines at the height of Martial Law.She was the youngest ...
 
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He says it's time to allow people to head back to work.
We are at a critical juncture in this COVID-19 battle, crossing the three-month bridge, anticipating a second wave, contemplating whether NCR and Cebu city should be more stringently locked down. Here’s the irony. On June 11, the latest data showed 90 critical ...
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