By Caroline J. Howard – The Philippines, a country often battered by storms, and prone to landslides, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, has been tried and tested by natural calamity many times over. But while the country should’ve been used to anticipating or dealing with the impacts of acts of God, Read more »
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By Ma. Rosanna Mina – The killing of 2 Filipinos in China in 2005 is the subject of e-mails, blogs and online forums amid Hong Kong’s sorrow and rage over the Manila bus siege which claimed the lives of 8 Hong Kong tourists last August 23.
By Gemma Bagayaua – A heinous village crime puts the spotlight on Kasiglahan where selling and dealing in kidneys is a way of life. On the surface, Rodriguez (formerly known as Montalban), with its fresh cool air and magnificent hills, may offer a welcome respite to one who is Read more »
By Madelaine Joy A. Garcia Filipinos are slowly conquering various countries through sheer numbers. A recently-released report by the World Bank identified Filipinos as among the top 10 foreigners in 16 big and small countries in Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America.