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Remembering EDSA People Power Revolution

This 2021, specifically February 25th, is the 35th Anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution, commemorating the demonstrations that occurred in 1986. In a Memorandum Circular 2021-021, released February 17, 2021, by the Department of Interior and Local Government, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines will conduct a commemorative program at the EDSA People… Continue reading Remembering EDSA People Power Revolution

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Why Some People Don’t Want to Get Married

Why Some People Don’t Want to Get Married: ‘Ngaa mangasubo kung pwede man lang maglaon’, a Valentine’s Day Special. Erik Erikson’s ‘Stages of Psychosocial Development’ tells us that ‘intimacy versus isolation’ is the sixth stage and takes place between the ages of 18 to 40. Society, over the years, has conditioned our minds to think… Continue reading Why Some People Don’t Want to Get Married

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February: Buwan ng ‘Sana All’

February is just around the corner, along with ‘sana alls’ and ‘wala akong pake’. In this article, we detail the history of the figuratively excruciating celebration that is ‘Valentine’s Day’. Valentine’s Day details the plight of Saint Valentine. According to the History Channel, the Catholic Church recognizes three different saints named Valentine or Valentus, all… Continue reading February: Buwan ng ‘Sana All’

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Jollibee Bringing Smiles Wherever

There’s no denying that Jollibee is part of every Filipino’s childhood – even in adulthood. The ‘kiddie meal’ used to be my ‘pacifying’ meal for me to keep me ‘well behaved’ at the mall - the ‘two-piece’, my ‘celebratory’ meal after payday. And now, my comfort food whenever I browse the Foodpanda app. Jollibee is… Continue reading Jollibee Bringing Smiles Wherever

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Overcoming Adversities: Through the Eyes of Kris Traviña

Editor’s note: Supposed to be a promotional article for The Wedding Concierge, we detoured into the interesting life of event organizer Kris Catequista Traviña, the man behind the business. Here we explore his story, his frailties, his strength, his success – through his own words. I’m Kris Catequista Traviña, the second child of a lawyer… Continue reading Overcoming Adversities: Through the Eyes of Kris Traviña

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Scarred by COVID: Mental Health in Trying Times

COVID and Mental Health: COVID came in as a surprise, crippling everything in its path – the healthcare system, the economy, giants in the business, and has even made its way into the very core of human psychology. The COVID pandemic threatened the masses into the confines of their homes – for days, months, and… Continue reading Scarred by COVID: Mental Health in Trying Times

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2020 Oil Spill: An Abomination to Nature

2020 Oil Spill: ‘To err is human’. Oil Spills have frequented the seas for as long as man can remember. The Kuwaiti Oil Fires in 1991 spilled 136,000 tons of crude oil into the sea, the Gulf War Oil Spill in 1991 almost 1,000 tons, and the Deepwater Horizon in 2010 almost 590 tons –… Continue reading 2020 Oil Spill: An Abomination to Nature

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Kusina Tsina: Authentic Chinese Cuisine Since 2008

“Pag di masarap, libre na” begins Eugene Chua, the CEO and Founder of Kusina Tsina. The restaurant recently moved to its new location at SM Southpoint, in the hopes of bringing ‘Cantonese’ cuisine to a wider audience. Kusina Tsina, established 2008, was the brainchild of Eugene Chua. Having been trained by Hong Kong chefs in… Continue reading Kusina Tsina: Authentic Chinese Cuisine Since 2008

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Ilonggos React to Liquor Ban: How are they Coping?

Ilonggos React to Liquor Ban: For local drinker *Edgar, weekends mean a night of drinking with friends and a routine bar hopping. This includes visiting local bars and clubs, as enumerated by him – the Cave Superclub at the City Time Square, the Secret Place in Taft North, MO2 Ice within the Smallville Complex, Backyard… Continue reading Ilonggos React to Liquor Ban: How are they Coping?

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Guimhealth Founder Shares Inputs Regarding Current Health Crisis

Guimhealth: In Sun Tzu’s Art of War, it is said that the supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting and supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting. To date, the virus has penetrated the country with new cases being confirmed at an alarming rate. It has also called… Continue reading Guimhealth Founder Shares Inputs Regarding Current Health Crisis