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Spotlight on Filipino women writers

ABOVE PHOTO (Clockwise from top right) Aileen Cassinetto, event moderator; Luisa A. Igloria, Gayle Romasanta, Migs Bravo Dutt, and Cecilia Manguerra Brainard WASHINGTON, D.C. – The...

Korean American K-pop stars promote mental health awareness

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — K-pop star Eric Nam was having a meeting in New York when he suddenly felt a pain in his...

Kurit-Lagting, a collective artistic collaboration of Bicolano artists from Sorsogon, Albay, Catanduanes, Masbate and Camarines provinces with art advocacies on human rights and the...

When literature is a rap

Text and photos by Bernard Testa “Ma’ kung saan ka man ngayon, ok lang ako, huwag kang mag-alala, mag-aaral ako. Huwag kang malulungkot dahil hindi ako sumasama sa...

Glancing at Ermita: From Rizal Park to Solidaridad

Rosario arrived in Alabang at 2 o’clock in the morning. We needed to wait for the dawn before travelling to our destinations for the...

Lukáš Sommer performs in the Philippines to remember Czech Liberation Day

Melodies of each note echoing in the room, the intricate finger style that transposes from one note to another and the passion burning in...

Monk in the City: Dada Shiveshananda

He sat in the middle of the temple with his legs crossed and eyes closed. The view was rather familiar, though I have not...

Noticing Makati from underneath the sky

My feet were nailed for a while to the ground after seeing what was happening before me: The half-human half-horse creature, a tikbalang, was...

Miong: Emilio Aguinaldo of his time and in our time

Sometimes, if not most of the time, as a Philippine history teacher, I am faced with innocent questions from my students about the events...

Savage mind: Divergence and convergence

“I am the place in which something has occurred.”—Claude Lévi-Strauss, The Savage Mind It was a maverick idea, though not primitive, but on the whole...

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