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Aimee Morales is a freelance writer, editor, and writers’ rights advocate. She is the author of Why Mandaya Teens Have Sharp Black Teeth (Balangay Productions, 2015), and Alignment Lessons on Writing (self-published, 2020).
I used to think my Grandpa was 100 years old. I had every reason to—his hair was pure white, he walked with a cane, and he moved slowly. Sometimes his hands would shake as he gestured or when he would lift a cup of tea to his lips.
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PBBM lauds highest Pag-IBIG dividend rates since pandemic: 6.53% for Regular Savings, 7.03% for MP2
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. lauded Pag-IBIG Fund’s highest dividend rates since the Covid-19 pandemic, as its Regular Savings dividend rate for 2022 reached 6.53 percent and its Modified Pag-IBIG 2 (MP2) Savings surged to 7.03 percent per annum The dividend rates on the members' savings of the...
Cleanfuel announces winners of “Paskong Panalo ng Cleanfuel” e-Raffle Promo
Fifty-one-year-old Jeepney Driver Juanito Alcasid, who drives daily from morning until afternoon from Sangandaan to Divisoria (via Abad Santos) route, has been declared the grand winner of the recently concluded Cleanfuel’s Paskong Panalo e-Raffle Promo. The former office driver, who has worked as an Overseas Filipino Worker...
Two Scholars Dream Big, Determined To Succeed
“You have to have a dream, whether big or small. Then plan, focus, work hard and be very determined to achieve your goals.” – Henry Sy Sr. Mark Christian Balod had to run as fast as he could in the middle of the cornfield just to find a...
In our tropical shores, it’s summer all year round. But the months from March to May are really when nature likes to show off. Travel in comfort and style this summer with a Tropical Print polo (P599.00), Navy Blue Drawstring Pants, All Weather – All Terrain...
Philippines Finest Business Awards 2023
Just 6 months before the much-awaited Philippines Finest Business Awards, organized by La Visual Corporation and Sirbisu Channel in partnership with Hexagon Events Place. This prestigious event will recognize and reward outstanding individuals, companies, products, and services that promote and exemplify best business practices, consumer welfare and...
UnionBank Named Best Retail Bank In The Philippines Four Years In A Row
At the most rigorous, prestigious, and transparent annual awards program to recognize institutional and individual leadership in retail financial services in the Asia Pacific region, UnionBank was lauded for once again outperforming its peers. The Asian Banker’s Global Excellence in Retail Financial Services Awards Programme 2023, held last...
Greenwich offers limited-time only ‘Buy 1 Get 1 Barkada Deal’ for only P429
Buy one Hawaiian Overload® Barkada Pizza and get a FREE Classic Ham & Cheese solo pizza FOMO or Fear of Missing Out? Then better not miss this limited-time offer. Greenwich—the number one pizza chain in the country—is launching something good and delicious this month, but for three days...
Art Meets Sustainability Exhibit Launched in SM Malls in Cebu & Ormoc
SM City Cebu, SM City Consolacion, and SM Center Ormoc recently launched Beyond Green: Where Art Meets Sustainability exhibit, inspiring our young ones in the importance of nature preservation. The malls featured a number of local artists that convert discarded everyday materials into beautiful masterpieces. In SM City Cebu, the...
Various labor groups pay homage to late peasant leader Jimmy Tadeo
Various labor leaders and organizations expressed their great sadness over the demise of long-time peasant leader Jaime “Ka Jimmy” Tadeo. The 1986 Constitutional Commission delegate had died from diabetes complications on March 26, two days before his 85th birthday. “The Nagkaisa Labor Coalition expresses its deep sorrow over the...
Where’s the patis?
A Filipino may denationalize himself but not his stomach. He may travel over the seven seas and the five continents and the two hemispheres and lose the savor of home and forget his identity and believe himself a citizen of the world. But he remains—gastronomically, at least—always...
Carmen Guerrero Nakpil: Of legends & adventures
When Carmen Guerrero Nakpil peacefully breathed her last on July 30, 2018, I knew I was witnessing the end of an era of good and insightful writing. There was a moment of denial when I received the early morning text from her daughter, Gemma, which said, “Mom died...
Comm&Sense wins 8 Anvil honors
Public relations agency Comm&Sense emerged as one of the big winners in the year’s Anvil Awards, taking home seven trophies and its first nomination for Agency of the Year from what is considered the Oscars of the Philippine PR industry. “We are extremely honored and grateful for all...